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If you're booking a property a year in advance, it may not be enough to have a paragraph in the contract about the venue's physical condition. In fact, an event or meetings manager might want to have all kinds of visual records, such as the appearance of a ballroom set up for a special event, or maybe of the quality of a marketing manager's presentation before a customer group.

A simple way to keep visual records would be to use a video camera. The solution may be simple, but implemen

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