User’s Manual

2024/06 (v2.0)

Body Camera DrivePro Body 60

1. Package Contents

DrivePro Body 60
Belt pouch

3.5mm to USB cable

Camera holder
Clip mount
Adhesive mount
Quick Start Guide

2. Getting Started

2-1 Mounting the DrivePro Body

Attach the main unit to your duty belt.

Insert and slide the camera holder into the clip/adhesive mount until your hear a click.

Push the camera into the holder until you hear a click.

Mount the camera in place.
Note: Allow at least 24 hours for the adhesive mount to properly adhere to the surface.

Rotate the camera so that the LED recording indicator faces upward.

To power the camera on, long press the Power button. Double-press the button to switch between Buffering and Recording modes.

To take a snapshot, short press the Snapshot button.

2-2 Function Buttons

2-3 Function Buttons Description

Button Instruction Description

Power Button
Long press once Power on/off.
Short press twice Switch between Buffering mode and Recording mode.
Default: Buffering mode

Snapshot Button
Long press once Audio recording.
Short press once Take a snapshot.

Power Button

Snapshot Button

Press and hold for over 5 seconds
Reset, format and power off the device.
Note: This function is disabled by default and can be enabled using the DrivePro Body Toolbox.
Warning: All data will be permanently removed.
Status Button
Press for 5 seconds Pair and connect to Bluetooth.
Short press once Check the battery and recording status.
Assistive Button
Long press once Turn on/off the light indicators and buzzer (Stealth Mode)
Short press twice Turn on/off the microphone (Silent Mode)

2-4 LED Indicators


LED Status Definition
Flashing Low battery

Connected to computer/power

LED Status Definition
Solid Charging

Checking the battery status

LED Status Definition
Solid > 67% remaining
Solid 31% to 67% remaining
Solid < 31% remaining


LED Status Definition
Flashing Memory almost full
Flashing quickly Bluetooth pairing
Flashing GPS positioning
Solid Checking status in Buffering mode
Flashing steadily Checking status in Recording mode
Flashing twice Checking status in Audio recording mode
Solid Silent mode (Microphone off)

Connected to computer

LED Status Definition
Flashing Transferring data

LED Status Definition
Flashing Powering on
Solid Buffering mode
Flashing steadily Recording mode
Flashing twice Audio recording mode
Solid Connected to computer

2-5 Charging the DrivePro Body

Before use, please ensure that the battery is fully charged. Charge the DrivePro Body via the adapter or by connecting the USB cable to the computer. A solid orange light of the battery indicator is visible while charging and will turn off when fully charged.

To charge the DrivePro Body, you can either:

  • Connect the 3.5 mm to USB cable to the body camera and a wall outlet with the included adapter.
  • Connect the 3.5 mm to USB cable to the body camera and a computer.
  • Connect the DrivePro Body to Transcend’s Docking Station (Optional).


Do not use non-original 3.5 mm to USB cable to charge.

3. Recording Videos

3-1 Buffering Mode

Recording in Buffering mode can greatly save storage space as the files are not recorded to the internal storage.

To power on and start Buffering mode, long press the Power button; you will hear a beep. The recording indicator will flash blue when powering on and then turn solid in Buffering mode. To stop recording and power off, long press the Power button; you will hear a beep. The LED light and the device will turn off.

To switch between Buffering mode and Recording mode, double-press the Power button. You will hear two beeps.


Buffered video length is adjustable via the DrivePro Body Toolbox.

3-2 Recording Mode

When an incident occurs, switch to Recording mode. The recorded file, along with up to 2 minutes of footage prior to the incident, will then be stored in internal memory.

To start Recording mode, double-press the Power button while in Buffering mode; you will hear 2 beeps, and the recording indicator will flash red. To stop recording, long press the Power button again. After hearing a beep, the LED light and the device will turn off.

Video files recorded in Recording mode are saved in the “VIDEO” folder and will be overwritten with loop recording enabled.

DrivePro Body 60 saves video files every 3 minutes automatically. (The default recording length is 3 minutes.)


  • When the default recording mode is changed to Recording mode, it will remain in Recording mode due to firmware behavior and cannot be switched back to Buffering mode.
  • The loop recording is disabled by default and can be enabled via the DrivePro Body Toolbox.

4. Taking Photos

Short press the Snapshot button to take photos while recording. When you hear a beep, it means the snapshot has been taken. Pictures will be saved in the folder named “PHOTO.”

5. Audio Recording

To start Audio recording mode, long press the Snapshot button. Audio Recording files will be saved in the folder named “AUDIO.”


When connected to the DrivePro Body App, the device will switch back to Recording mode.

6. Advanced Feature

6-1 Bluetooth Team Sync

"Bluetooth Team Sync" is a function based on Bluetooth technology. Within an acceptable Bluetooth range, when one body camera switches from Buffering mode to Recording mode, other body cameras of the same team will also switch to Recording mode.


  • Bluetooth Team Sync is disabled by default and can be enabled using the DrivePro Body Toolbox.
  • This feature is available on DrivePro Body 30/60/70.

7. Using the DrivePro Body App

The DrivePro Body App, developed for iOS and Android devices, allows you to watch live-view videos and adjust camera settings wirelessly on your smart devices.

DrivePro Body App

7-1 Downloading and Installing the App

  1. Search for DrivePro Body App from the App Store or Google Play.
  2. Download and install the DrivePro Body App.

Once the installation is complete, the App will be displayed on the home screen of your device.

7-2 Connecting to the DrivePro Body App

  1. Tap “DrivePro Body” App and turn on Bluetooth. Select DrivePro Body 60 on the App.
  2. Power on the DrivePro Body by long pressing the Power button. Tap Next to continue.
  3. Long press the Status button until you hear a beep. Tap Connect on the App to connect to Bluetooth. After hearing three beeps, you can take snapshots, switch recording modes, or adjust settings via the App.
  4. Tap Browser or Live View to connect to Wi-Fi named “DPB60_XXXXXX” with the default password "12345678".


We recommend changing the DrivePro Body's Wi-Fi password the first time you connect to the app.

7-3 DrivePro Body App Home


The camera stops recording when you tap Browser or Settings on the DrivePro Body App. The camera will resume recording when you tap Home.

7-4 Playing Videos and Browsing Photos

  1. To play videos and browse photos, tap Browser on the Homepage, or tap on the top left corner first, then tap .

  2. Tap the icons at the bottom to play recorded videos or browse photos.

While playing a video, you can trim and download the desired segment (10s, 20s, or 30s) without downloading the entire clip to your phone for editing. See Trim Video.

7-5 Settings

Tap on the top left corner first, then tap to enter the Settings menu.

In the Settings menu, you can adjust the video, device, Wi-Fi, and system settings.

Menu options

Icon Function Description / Options
Resolution Set the resolution/quality for video recording.
1080P / 720P / 480P
Video Length Set the recording length of each recorded video.
3 min / 5 min / 10 min
Microphone Turn off/on the microphone during video recording.
Disable / Enable
Loop Recording Overwrite the old video files with new ones.
Disable (default) / Enable
Light Frequency Select the appropriate frequency to avoid flashing A/C light.
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Default Recording Mode Select the default recording mode.
Buffering mode / Recording mode
Buffered Video Length
Set the buffered video length to record footage that happens prior to switching to Recording mode.
Note: The resolution settings determine the maximum length of videos recorded in Buffering mode.
30 s / 60 s / 90 s / 120 s
Icon Function Description / Options
Video Stamp Display the video label, date/time, and watermark on photos or videos.
Disable / Enable
Video Label Tap to edit the video label to be displayed.
(The default label is DPB60_XXXXXX.)
Date / Time Select the date and time format.
Watermark Display the Transcend logo watermark on photos or videos.
Disable / Enable
Icon Function Description / Options
Stealth Mode Turn off/on the stealth mode.
When the stealth mode is on, the light indicators, buzzer, and vibrator are disabled.
Disable / Enable
WiFi Frequency Band Both 5G and 2.4G frequency bands are available for selection.
5G / 2.4G
Wi-Fi Password
Set the Wi-Fi password of the DrivePro Body 60.
(Default password is 12345678)
Note: We recommend changing the DrivePro Body's Wi-Fi password the first time you connect to the app.
Icon Function Description / Options
Time Synchronized Sync the DrivePro Body time with your smart device.
Firmware Version Tap to upgrade the firmware to the latest version.
Siri Shortcuts Add the app to Siri Shortcuts to quickly operate your DrivePro Body or check its power status.
Learn more about using Siri to control your DrivePro Body.


  • Before proceeding with the firmware update using the DrivePro Body App, ensure the battery level is at least 50%. Alternatively, you can connect the power cord for a stable power source.
  • NEVER remove the power cord while the firmware is being upgraded.
  • The DrivePro Body will shut down and the status indicator will flash green while the firmware is being upgraded. After the upgrade is complete, the DrivePro Body will restart automatically.
  • If the DrivePro Body cannot be turned on due to firmware upgrade failure, please contact Transcend customer service for technical support.

7-6 Location History

When the DrivePro Body connects to the app, it records the latest timestamp and location, offering valuable information if the camera goes missing.

Learn how to check the connection location of your DrivePro Body >

7-7 Control Your DrivePro Body Using Siri

You can add the app to Siri Shortcuts to quickly start recording, capturing images, or checking DrivePro Body power status.

Ask Siri to control DrivePro Body >


  • To use Siri, your iPhone must be connected to the internet. Cellular charges may apply.
  • This function is only available for DrivePro Body models with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. (DrivePro Body 30/60/70)
  • Siri Shortcuts are available exclusively for iPhones running iOS 13.0 or later.

8. Using the DrivePro Body Toolbox Software

DrivePro Body Toolbox is video file management software which simplifies the settings of the camera. The software features a user-friendly interface that allows users to set the basic functions of the DrivePro Body camera.

8-1 System Requirements

System requirements for connecting the DrivePro Body 60 to a computer and for using the DrivePro Body Toolbox:

A desktop or a laptop with a working USB port:

  • Microsoft Windows 10 or later
  • macOS 10.14 or later

Downloading and installing the DrivePro Body Toolbox:

  1. Download the installation files from:
  2. Install DrivePro Body Toolbox on your desktop or laptop.

8-2 Status

On the Status page, the basic information of the DrivePro Body is displayed, including the user label, model, device serial number, and firmware version.

To adjust the user label and Bluetooth Team Sync function, click .


Select “preferred team number” for Bluetooth Team Sync from 1 to 10.

  • To find a device, click .
  • To play videos and browse photos, click .
  • To enter Webcam mode, click to use the device as a camera and microphone.
  • To start backing up, click .

8-3 Settings

On the Settings page, you can adjust the Device, Video, and Video Stamp settings.

Device Settings
Function Description / Options
Sync time with PC
Click the “Set” button to sync the time of the device with the PC.
Stealth Mode
Turn on/off Stealth mode. When the Stealth mode is on, the light indicators and buzzer are disabled.
LED Indicator
Turn on/off LEDs when recording.
Turn on/off Buzzer when recording.
Turn on/off Vibrator when recording.
Audio Sample Rate
Set audio sample rate.
The higher the frequency, the better the sound quality.
48000 Hz / 44100 Hz / 32000 Hz / 24000 Hz / 22050 Hz
Reset Using Function Buttons
When the power is on, press the Power and Snapshot buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds to format and reset the device. After that, the camera will turn off. (Default: OFF)

Video Settings
Function Description / Options
Set the resolution/quality for video recording.
1080P/30FPS / 720P/30FPS / 480P/30FPS
Loop Recording
Overwrite the old video files with new ones.
OFF (default) / ON
Video Length
Set the recording length of each recorded video.
3 mins / 5 mins / 10 mins
Light Frequency
Select the appropriate frequency to avoid flashing A/C light.
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Turn on/off the microphone during video recording.
Default Recording Mode
Select the default recording mode.
Buffering mode (default) / Recording mode
Buffered Video Length
Set the buffered video length to record footage that happens prior to activating the Recording mode.
Note: The resolution settings determine the maximum length of videos recorded in Buffering mode.
30 seconds / 60 seconds / 90 seconds / 120 seconds (default)
Buffering Recording Audio
Turn on/off the microphone in Buffering mode.

Video Stamp
Description / Options
Video Stamp
Display the video recording time and the video label.
Date Format
Set the date format.
Y/M/D / M/D/Y / D/M/Y
Time Format
Select the 24-hour clock or the 12-hour clock.
24HR / AM/PM
Display the Transcend logo watermark on photos or videos.

8-4 Tools

On the Tools page, you can upgrade firmware to the latest version, format disk or reset DrivePro Body to its default status.

Description / Options
Firmware Ver
Upgrade your firmware to the latest version available.
Set a password to protect the drive of your body camera. Password should be between 8 to 16 characters, either letters or numbers.
Format Disk
Format your disk.
Reset Device
Reset all settings to default or erase all contents and settings.


  • For best recording stability, you are suggested to back up your data with the DrivePro Body Toolbox each time you finish using the device or format it using the Toolbox every three months.
  • Please use only the DrivePro Body Toolbox to format your DrivePro Body.
  • Formatting the disk and resetting the device will permanently remove all data.

8-5 File Manager

Once the data is backed up, you can search and manage your videos and photos on the File Manager page.

  • Click to play the video on the screen.

  • Click to enlarge the video to full screen and play it. With a GPS receiver, the paths can be displayed along with the recorded video.

  • Click on the right side of the page to add, delete, or edit the Owner and Category.

  • Click to classify the Owner and Category of the selected file.

8-6 Smart Detection

The DrivePro Body camera offers a feature that automatically detects faces in videos and extracts footage to the sidebar, allowing users to blur or block out faces. For setup instructions, please refer to the DrivePro Body Toolbox Manual.


This feature is supported only on Microsoft Windows 10 or later versions (64-bit).

8-7 Preference

Click on top of the page to adjust the settings of the DrivePro Body Toolbox.

Check the available options below according to your preference.

Consult the DrivePro Body Toolbox Manual for further information >

9. Transferring Files to a Computer

To transfer files between the DrivePro Body and the computer:

    1. Plug the 3.5 mm to USB cable into the connection socket of the DrivePro Body.
    2. Connect the other end of the cable to the desktop or laptop.

Your DrivePro Body is now ready to transfer data like an external hard drive. To transfer files to the computer, copy them from the folder of the body camera.


  • To prevent data loss, always follow the proper removal procedures when disconnecting the DrivePro Body from your computer.
  • You can only transfer files when connecting the DrivePro Body to a computer. The DrivePro Body does not function as a body camera at this time. Please disconnect your camera from the computer to resume its functions.

10. Docking Station (Optional)

Transcend’s DPD6N networked docking station is designed specifically for the DrivePro Body 30/60/70 and offers a complete charging, data upload, and camera management solution via the network. Users can charge multiple DrivePro Body 30/60/70 devices simultaneously and share files (including video recordings and snapshots) to an external storage device via a USB port.

For more information, please refer to the DPD6N User's Manual. >

11. Cautions

  • Do not use or store the DrivePro Body in the following places to prevent malfunction or deformation:
    • In extremely hot, cold or humid places such as in a car parked in the sun
    • Under direct sunlight or near a heater
    • Near strong magnetic fields
    • In sandy or dusty places
  • Please clean and protect the lens of the DrivePro Body frequently and carefully.
    • Wipe the lens with a soft cloth in the following cases:
      • When there are fingerprints on the lens
      • When the lens is exposed to salty air, such as at the seaside
    • Store in a ventilated place with little sand and dust.
    • To prevent mold, periodically clean the lens.
  • Cleaning
    • Clean the DrivePro Body surface with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water, and wipe the surface with a dry cloth.
    • Do not clean the camera with chemical products (e.g., thinner, benzine, alcohol, insect repellent, sunscreen or insecticide, etc.) and disposable cloths, as they may damage the finish or the casing.
    • Do not touch the camera with any of the abovementioned chemicals on your hand.
    • Do not leave the camera in contact with rubber or vinyl for long.
  • Moisture condensation
    • If the DrivePro Body is brought directly from a warm to a cold place (or on the contrary), moisture may condense inside or outside the camera to cause malfunction of the DrivePro Body.
    • If moisture condensation occurs, turn off the DrivePro Body immediately and wait about 1 hour for the moisture to evaporate before using the device again.
  • GPS receiver
    • The performance and accuracy of the GPS system may vary with the environment.
    • GPS signals cannot penetrate buildings and metallic tinted films. GPS data accuracy depends on the surroundings, including the weather and the location the DrivePro Body is used (e.g., high buildings, tunnels, bridges, and forests). For first-time use, please place the device in an outdoor open area for GPS positioning.
  • Adhesive mount usage
    • The adhesive pad is recommended for use on smooth surface.
    • Application instructions:
      • Clean the area where the adhesive pad will be placed.
      • Allow at least 24 hours for the mount to properly adhere to the surface.

12. IP67 Protection

The camera body of the DrivePro Body 60 is rated at IP67, offering splash, water, and dust resistance. However, splash, water, and dust resistance are not permanent conditions, which might decrease due to normal wear. The warranty does not cover liquid damage.

The limited warranty does not cover malfunctions or damage caused by improper use.

  • Do not use the DrivePro Body 60 in water as it is not waterproof.
  • Do not use the DrivePro Body 60 in high temperatures and humidity, such as saunas, steams, and shower rooms.
  • Do not use the DrivePro Body 60 for long in heavy rains to prevent moisture from penetrating. Ensure the power cable, adapter, and connection socket are completely dry before charging.


DrivePro Body 60 is not water resistant in the following situations:

  • when connected to a USB cable
  • when any of the screws is removed from the device

13. Specifications

DrivePro Body 60
Main unit:
95.9 mm (L) x 52.2 mm (W) x 24.9 mm (H)
3.78” (L) x 2.06” (W) x 0.98” (H)
Camera unit: 61.3 mm x Ø22 mm (2.41” x Ø0.87”)
Wearable cable: 100 cm (39.37”)
167 g (5.89 oz)
Connection Interface
USB 2.0
64GB internal memory
F/2.8, 130° (diagonal)
Resolution /
Frame Rate
Full HD (1920 x 1080) / 30FPS
Video Format
H.264 (MP4: up to 1920x1080 30FPS)
Li-Polymer 3120 mAh
Battery Life
10 hours
Note: The actual video recording length may vary with environmental conditions.
Power Supply
Input: AC 100V to 240V, 50 Hz to 60 Hz, 0.4A
Output: DC5V / 2A
Operating Temperature
-20°C (-4°F) to 60°C (140°F)
5°C (41°F) to 45°C (113°F) when charging with the adapter
IP Rating
Shock Resistance
MIL-STD-810G 516.6 – Transit Drop Test
Two-year Limited Warranty

14. Frequently Asked Questions

If you have issues using DrivePro Body, please refer to the following information to troubleshoot problems. If you cannot find any ideal solution to your questions, please consult the store where you purchased the product or the service center, or contact the local Transcend branch office.

You can also visit Transcend’s website for more FAQs and Technical Support services.

  • My computer operating system cannot detect my DrivePro Body.
    Please check the followings:
    • Is your DrivePro Body properly connected to the USB port? If not, unplug and reconnect it. Ensure both USB cable ends are correctly connected, as shown in the User’s Manual.
    • Is the computer’s USB ports enabled? If not, refer to the user’s manual of your computer (or motherboard) to enable them.
  • None of the DrivePro Body buttons are responding.
    • Please press the Reset button on the bottom of the DrivePro Body using a thin object with a flat tip, such as a straightened paper clip, to turn it off and on again.
  • Is the DrivePro Body shockproof and waterproof?
    • The DrivePro Body 60 is IP67 dust and water protected and meets rigorous U.S. military drop-test standards *.
      * Based on MIL-STD-810G 516.6 – Transit Drop Test

15. EU Compliance Statement

Transcend Information hereby declares that all CE marked Transcend products incorporating radio equipment functionality are in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU.

The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address:

Dashcam / Body Camera series
2400 MHz to 2483.5 MHz
Maximum transmit power:
< 100 mW

16. Recycling and Environmental Protection

For more information on recycling the product (WEEE) and battery disposal, please refer to the following link:

17. Warranty Policy

Please find the warranty period of this product on its package. For details of Warranty Terms and Conditions and Warranty Periods, please refer to the link below:

18. GNU General Public License (GPL) Disclosure

For more information on open-source licensing, please refer to the link below:

19. End-User License Agreement (EULA)

For details of software license terms, please refer to the following link:

20. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement

This device complies with Part 15 FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

RF Exposure Information (SAR)

This equipment complies with the FCC portable RF exposure limit set forth for an uncontrolled environment. The exposure standard for wireless devices employing a unit of measurement is known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg.

This equipment could be installed and operated with minimum distance 0cm between the radiator & your body.

  • Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the authority to operate equipment.

  • This device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

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1645 North Brian Street, Orange, CA 92867, U.S.A
TEL: +1-714-921-2000

21. Eurasian Conformity Mark (EAC)