3D camera systems, namely, adapters for allowing 3D shooting; camera cases; camera containing a linear image sensor; camera handles; camera hardware systems for IP (Internet protocol) video surveillance; camera hoods; camera mounts and supports; camera shutters; camera straps; camera tripods; video cameras; video cables; video circuit boards; video disk players; video displays mounted in eyeglasses; video displays that may be worn on the body;...
This is a brand page for the HI RISE CAMERA trademark by Hi Rise Camera
in Frisco, TX, 75033.
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On Thursday, January 14, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
HI RISE CAMERA by
Hi Rise Camera, Frisco, TX 75033.
The USPTO has given the HI RISE CAMERA
trademark serial number of 86876197.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED.
The correspondent listed for HI RISE CAMERA is
HI RISE CAMERA of
HI RISE CAMERA, 13990 VALLEY MILLS DR., FRISCO, TX 75033
The HI RISE CAMERA trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for HI RISE CAMERA
is 3D camera systems, namely, adapters for allowing 3D shooting; camera cases; camera containing a linear image sensor; camera handles; camera hardware systems for IP (Internet protocol) video surveillance; camera hoods; camera mounts and supports; camera shutters; camera straps; camera tripods; video cameras; video cables; video circuit boards; video disk players; video displays mounted in eyeglasses; video displays that may be worn on the body; video graphics controller; video monitors; video processors; video receivers; video recorders; video screens; video servers; video telephones; accessories for lighting fixtures, namely, plastic pole with electrical source in protective cover; cellular phone usage detection system comprising a camera and a mobile phone signal receiving device; combination video players and recorders; computer hardware for IP video surveillance; consumer electronic products, namely, audio amplifiers, audio speakers, audio receivers, electrical audio and speaker cables and connectors, audio decoders, video decoders, speakers, power conversion devices, power converters, and power inverters; digital video cameras; digital video disc drives; digital video recorders; digital video recording software for IP (internet protocol) video surveillance; digital audio and video recorders and players; downloadable audio files, multimedia files, text files, e-mails, written documents, audio material, video material and games featuring information in the form of downloadable short educational/training communications in the field of human resource development for the promotion of employee retention, career growth and increased productivity for employees and employers; downloadable multimedia file containing artwork, text, audio, video, games, and Internet web links relating to video and audio equipment; electronic equipment, namely, transformers, baluns, and cables, all used in connection with computers, computer peripheral devices, televisions, audio-video equipment, closed-circuit TV equipment and telecommunication equipment; follow focus apparatus for adjusting camera lenses; IP video servers; Joysticks for use with computers, other than for video games; lens caps for use with film, digital, and video cameras; network video recording software for IP (Internet Protocol) video surveillance; PC digital video recorders; portable video cameras with built-in videocassette recorders; portable handheld electronic digital video messengers for recording, storage, transmission or reproduction of visual, audio and data content; prerecorded video cassettes featuring music; remote video monitoring system consisting primarily of a camera and video monitor for recording and transmitting images to a remote location; vehicle detection equipment, namely, display monitors, computers, image sensors, video cameras, and operating system and application software to detect vehicle location; viewing devices, namely, digital photograph viewers, 3D digital photograph viewers, underwater digital photograph viewers, underwater 3D digital photographs viewers, underwater LCD displays, underwater enclosures for LCD displays and underwater enclosures for video players; wireless communication devices for transmitting images taken by a camera.
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