I'm referring to this question.
This show, Search, regularly featured technology that was not possible in the time it was written, although some other shows (such as Mission: Impossible) were written as if such technology existed. We can look at the question now and easily think, "Oh, that's just high tech, it's not SF." However, having miniature cameras and being able to keep in touch, in real time, with a base station where they could interact with professional translators and other experts was speculative in 1972/1973 when the show was produced. (Those elements would still have been speculative even at the end of the 1970s.)
While the tech described in the question has all become common place in the 21st century, and while there were elements of that technology around in that time, I would think it would still be considered speculative or SF at that time. There were cameras in that time, but electronic cameras that could be worn were decades away. So was easy contact with a distant location without higher powered and big (as in easily seen by others) equipment.
The question was poorly asked (and I cleaned it up a little and will be glad to clean it up more and spell out more of the technology next week when I have more time), but it was about a show that dealt with speculative technology.
True, what was in the show is all old-hat now, but it seems to me that the show would still be SF, since characters in it frequently used technology beyond contemporary capabilities.
(Also, the "on hold" notice states, "This question does not appear to be about science fiction or fantasy within the scope defined in the help center." Yet there is no clear definition of what is SF or F in the help center.)