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A holorecorder.

Holorecorders recorded three-dimensional images or videos. The holorecorder could be connected to a personal holoprojector for additional storage, holding up to 200 hours worth of images in its internal memory. Most units came equipped with memory expanding recording rod input slots. Holorecorders weighed about 1 kilogram and from 32 BBY to 8 ABY were available for 3,000 credits. Voren Na'al captured much of the proceedings of the Battle of Hoth from the Rebellion's icy defensive trenches with a holorecorder.[1]

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