Sena Prism: First action camera with Bluetooth connectivity


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Sena is best known for it’s intercom products for bikers, but the company also manufactures action cameras. Here’s what the company has to say about the Prism camera:

Sena’s Prism is the first action camera to have Bluetooth connectivity built-in, so users can record sound straight over their video footage, either through the built-in Ultra HD Voice Recording microphone, or connecting to virtually any Bluetooth helmet headset they choose. No additional video/audio editing is needed, because the Prism mixes the audio feed in real-time, creating an instantly shareable multi-track audio.

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The recording can be started, stopped and shared quickly and easily, using either SENA’s Bluetooth remote control or any SENA Bluetooth headset with a built-in Jog Dial.

The sights to go with the sounds are also high quality – the Prism shoots full 1080p FHD video recording with 5 MP still shot image capture, and has a variety of other video modes (1080p:30fps, 720p:30/60fps, 480p:up to 120fps) and photo modes (shot, time-lapse, and burst) to choose between.

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A sleep-mode feature helps extend battery life and maximize memory usage, for longer recording, and the Prism can even be used while charging. Its firmware is upgradeable.

The Prism’s QRM (Quick Release Mount) System can be installed and removed swiftly on motorcycles and riding gear. It comes with the most extensive variety of mounting hardware, including clamps for helmets, handlebars and windscreen and even a motorcycle-specific fog lamp base, so users can choose the camera position to suit the bike and/or activity.

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It’s water resistant right out of the box, and the waterproof housing keeps the Prism safe up to 40 meters deep.

RRP: £229.00 (Including VAT)

For further information, call Motohaus on 01256 704909 or visit www.motohaus.com

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