(Rossville, IL) — It’s not the cost of the cameras that have police departments across Illinois looking to drop body cams. It’s the cost of storing the video. A number of police departments, including the tiny department in Rossville, Illinois told “The Champaign News-Gazette” yesterday that the cost of storing video files is breaking the bank. Illinois law requires officers to have their cameras on at all time, and requires police departments to save the video for at least 90 days. Rossville leaders voted earlier this year to stop using body cameras because they couldn’t afford the thousands of dollars a year it took to store all of their video.