No, you have no right to refuse being videotaped.
However, you do have the right to refuse to perform any police field sobriety exercises and to refuse to answer any interrogation questions.
Unlike breath or blood test refusals, there is no penalty for refusing to perform DWI field sobriety tests or answer any questions.
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