Sena has launched a new helmet camera, the Prism Tube. The retail price is $119/129 € – there’s no official sterling price yet, but it looks like it will be around £100. This is a camera in a slightly lower price point than the previous Sena cameras (the Prism, and the 10C).
The new camera doesn’t have the handy Bluetooth intercom options that the pricier Sena cameras boast (enabling you to add live commentary to your video), but the Prism Tube conveniently captures audio and video in full HD quality with only the touch of a button.
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- Firmware Upgradable
- Water Resistant
- Lightweight (75 grams)
- Records in 1080P FHD: 30FPS
- 2 Mounts Included to Easily Attach to Helmet
- 2 Hour Recording time
- Internal & External Microphones for Audio Recording
- Voice Prompts from Speaker Included
- One-Touch Recording
According to Sena, the Prism Tube can be installed or removed quickly and efficiently on all types of motorcycle helmets via two included mounts, and offers voice prompts from the included speaker to let you know device status instantly. The camera also features a 360 degree rotation and an adjustable camera lens to capture an even wider variety of angles. Like all Sena products, the Prism Tube comes with Sena’s industry-leading two-year warranty, and it’s available now.
For more information as well as the full Sena product line, please visit www.Sena.com.