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Sena Prism Action Camera - Lite Pack
The Sena Bluetooth Action Camera features a compact form factor and impressive 1080P HD video recording to capture all your best, and worst, moments.
The Sena Prism Bluetooth Action Camera is the first camera on the market that provides authentic Bluetooth technology. The Sena Prism is an ideal solution for the users who want to record their adventures while capturing their video and voice on-the-fly. The Prism is Bluetooth 4.0 capable with 1080 FHD video recording featuring Bluetooth-based remote control and voice prompt. With the use of Bluetooth headsets, the Sena Prism allows users to add their voice to the video on-the-fly using Bluetooth Audio Recording feature. Along with their own voice, riders can include audio from their companions through the use of the intercom to create a mixed audio experience. Being able to narrate the video during recording not only provides users a whole new experience but also reduces the need for follow-up audio editing allowing for in the moment audio experiences.
The Bluetooth function of the camera is exclusive to Sena and creates a whole new experience for the users by providing unique Bluetooth capability such as remote voice recording, remote control, and useful voice feedback from the operations.
For motorcycle riders, Sena provides unique mounting accessories, QRMM (Quick Release Motorcycle Mounting) system, which enables riders to quickly attach and detach the camera to change the view through the use of a variety of mounting options such as the wind shield mount, fog lamp type mount, and side mirror mount.
The Sena Prism is the perfect addition to every adventurer with Bluetooth technology in action.
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Bluetooth Audio Recording up to 500 meters (540 yards) in open terrain
1080P HD video recording with 5MP still shot image capture
- Video mode: 1080p:30fps, 720p:30/60fps, 480p: up to 120fps
- Versatile photo mode: shot, time lapse and burst
- Built-in long-range Bluetooth module
- Supports Ultra HD Voice Recording with using Sena Bluetooth products
- Quick and easy Bluetooth Remote Control using Bluetooth headsets
- Bluetooth protocol support: HSP, HFP, AVRCP
- Quick and easy camera control using Bluetooth technology: Bluetooth headset or remote control
- Unique QRMM (Quick Release Motorcycle Mount) system
- Voice prompts
- Compact and slim form factor
- Optional Bluetooth handlebar remote control (sold separately)
- Water resistant for use in inclement weather
- Use while charging
- Firmware upgradeable
- Two-year warranty
- Record time: 2 hours
- Stand-by time: 2 days
- Working distance (Sena headsets): up to 500 meters (540 yards) in open terrain
- Operating temperature: -10˚C ~ 55˚C (14°F ~ 131°F)
- Dimensions (main module): 59.0mm x 43.0mm x 21.0mm (2.3 in x 1.75 in x 0.8 in)
- NTSC / PAL / Micro HDMI
- Profile: Headset Profile, Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Internal microphone
- Advanced Noise Control
- Wind noise reductions
- Field of view: 140 degrees
- 3.5M pixel CMOS
- Aperture f/2.0
- 1080p 30fps
- 720p 30 / 60fps
- 480p 120fps
- Photo mode
- 3:2 3.5M
- 4:3 5M
- 4:3 3.2M
- 16:9 3M
- 10 / 5 / 3 pic per sec
Time Lapse Mode:
- pic per 1 / 3 / 5 / 10 / 30 /60 sec
- Charging time: 1.5 hours
- Type: Lithium ion battery
- CE, FCC, IC
- Li-ion rechargeable battery
- Helmet clamp kit
- USB power and data cable
- Lens cap
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Reviews & Questions
I've held off on buying a GoPro for years due to the inability to mount it with anything else but a sticky pad on the outside of the helmet and the lack of aerodynamic mounting options. All that I want is an easy/secure mount that is least obtrusive while riding so that I can record my moto rides. Sena's helmet mount is a joy to install and very secure - exactly what I was hoping for since I also have a Sena headset. At highway speeds, there is no wind buffeting at all!
The other feature of this video camera is the price - I have no need for anything else but recording my moto rides so cost/value is a big deal. The competing GoPro option is the Hero Session due to the minimalist size and price, but the GoPro doesn't have the mount that I wanted and the battery unit is built-in, so it limits the options for using multiple batteries. However, that becomes a moot point as I'll cover that topic below. If GoPro had a helmet mount as easy to use as this Sena, I would've sprung for a GoPro, so again, the mount is by far the biggest reason.
Integration with the Sena headsets is a nice feature but I don't use it. I have the Sena SMH-10 headset and was able to pair it quickly. However, I wasn't able to listen to music, receive GPS voice direction, and control the Prism at the same time so I disconnected the Prism from the SMH-10 in favor of having music & GPS instead. The external mic is useless (audio recording is horrendous over 40mph) but I have to use that. Again, I only want the video recording for rides so I'll sacrifice the audio.
Lastly, battery life - many people have complained about the Prism lasting only 60-90 minutes, depending on whether or not you use UltraHD Audio recording. I can get ~90 minutes per battery pack from my unit with no issues. I saw that Sena has a powerpack option, but for $90! That's outrageous in this day & age. Instead, I bought a coil cord and attached a generic powerbank to my Prism - the result is that I get 5 hours of continuous recording with a 5000mAh pack! If you opt for that, you'll need an 8mm "extra long tip" micro USB cord and use a razor blade to cut the end of the cord to further extend the reach of the tip so that it inserts into the Prism. The best thing is that this 5hr battery setup costs only $25, about the price of ONE Sena battery.
Overall, I'm happy with my basic setup. The minor detractors of this setup are, as mentioned above, (1) limited usage of SMH-10 if you have that headset; (2) forward-facing external mic that is unusable above 40mh; (3) lack of lens guard should a bug/pebble hit the lens and (4) unrealistically priced powerpack option from Sena but that's an easy workaround. I believe that GoPro's video quality wins over this Prism if video quality and width of field are your primary requirements. The Sena helmet mount, however, is the equalizing factor for those of us who are less discerning with video quality.
over 2 years ago
Putting on the headset was pretty easy, it's possible to use a GoPro style mount that just makes sticking on the helmet a breeze but it also has a clasp style mount similar to the headset mounts where you inset a thin piece between the liner and shell of your helmet and screw on an outer piece. I preferred the second mount as it feels a lot more secure than just using some adhesive. The clasp mount is a little more limited in camera mounting however as it keeps it in closer to the helmet. It has a screw adjustment that you tighten to keep the camera as you want it.
The cameras option menu is simple enough using only two buttons to navigate. One button scrolls through options, the other selects said option. It has the standard options like resolution and field of view, but it also let's you format the memory card while in the camera.
Video recording is arguably the most important feature for a helmet camera since it's used to capture the action or ride mostly over just taking a few photos and that's where this camera falls flat on its face. I wanted to save space on my memory card so that I didn't have to delete recorded rides constantly and decided to give 720p at 30 FPS a try. The video clarity and colors were good, but there was a pronounced stutter where it would drop several frames without warning, usually during fast actions like shoulder checking for lane changes. I thought it was odd and tried 720p at 60 FPS. The frame drops got much worse where a couple seconds would be dropped at a time.
I was then concerned it was my memory card and ran a few tests, all showed it wasn't a dud and was capable of much higher data transfer rates than the 15 MB/s for 720@60FPS. I formatted the card again and gave it another shot on the 1080p at 30 FPS and the recording was flawless. No dropped frames, everything was clear. Only possible conclusion I could figure is its in whatever processing software Sena is using for the camera causing the issue on 720p recordings. I checked their app and according to the app there hasn't been any firmware updates for it as of the writing of this review.
Audio recording is okay if you're going through a Sena headset but the external mic on the camera is atrocious above 40 mph, only hearing wind noise that's loud enough to drown out a motorcycle exhaust. This seems more of a design issue with the external mic being placed on the front of the camera instead of on the back like some other action cameras.
We've gotten some weather with rain and winds since I've bought this and I was riding without the waterproof case on the camera(this kit does not come with it) and the camera had zero issues.
If you only want 1080p recording and will be adding your own music over the video, then this is a hard deal to beat, but if you want 720p, slow mo footage, or to hear the engine of your motorcycle while you're carving canyons, you'll want to look elsewhere.
I ordered the sena lite pack and have been truly impressed with the quality of build and ease of operation. I opted for the lite pack because I don't need or want the extra mounts. The lite pack includes 3 basic mounts, helmet bolt on and two stick on.
I have never used a go pro so I can't compared and really I don't see the need. For my basic needs of being able to record my commuter rides and back country road rides this camera more than meet my expectations. I can't comment on durability yet but everything else has impressed me.
You will need to buy a micro sd card and use your own usb charger. It works well with a mac when is time to download your videos.
I highly recommended, just get one!
The camera is extremely small, which is a good thing when mounting to a helmet. It's not noticeable at all when riding. The video is reasonably good, and audio through the intercom, while only average in quality, is a game changer.
A few of the things that I have a problem with are...
I wanted to use the proprietary clamp to mount it on my helmet so I wouldnt have to stick anything on to it, but found that I couldn't use it because my helmet (Schuberth C3) has a neck roll that attaches to the bottom edge all the way around. Maybe I should have figured that one out myself, but I didn't think about it. I had to use the 3M stick on mount. Unfortunately this mount doesn't use the socket and ball which provides aiming ability. The mount has to be stuck to the helmet precisely at the right angle, if it's slightly off, you have to peel it off to move it, then it wont stick back on securely. Luckily they give you 2, one curved, the other flat, and I was able to use the flat one, but some of the pad is not touching the helmet, less surface area means that it is less securely attached. I am leery of this and I have ordered a tether, so my camera wont drop if it comes off.
The next thing is that the menus on the camera are awful to use, but you can use the Sena Prism App on your smartphone to change settings. This is much easier.
I have the Sena 10U for Schuberth comm unit with the handlebar remote, It doesn't appear that the remote can control the camera using this. This is something that I feel should have been noted, they are not forthcoming with which comm system remotes work with the camera.
Lastly, the instructions provided are minimal, and the downloadable guide isn't much better.
Overall, I do like the camera, it seems to be the only one that is built specifically for motorcycling. They do have some bugs to work out. Better documentation, and better information on what works, and doesn't work, with this camera could have saved me some disappointment.
P.S. I had a swivel adaptor for my tripod that I was able to repurpose. I can now aim my camera even with the stick on mount. I still feel that this should be standard with this mount.
over 2 years ago
2 drawbacks that make me give it a 4 not a 5:
#1. Battery life sucks compared to Session 4 Hero or Hero 4 Black running during the same time period. 30-40F degree days I'm lucky to get 1hr out of it of record time. 40-60 degree days maybe 1.5hrs, and the best battery life is around 60-75 for maybe 2hrs. Anything warmer and battery life goes down again because it's too hot. To combat the battery problem, I have a 10,000mah battery pack in my upper right chest pocket with a 15" USB cord up to the Sena. Battery life is extended to the entire 8-10hrs of riding depending on outside temp. #2. drawback is the fact that you cannot get GPS voice navigation from your cell phone/tablet at the same time you are recording. Called Sena directly, they confirmed this is a limitation. A work-around is to link a bluetooth Garmin or similar GPS device to the Sena headset, and then record audio/video, but then you lose your conversation audio and can no longer hear your friends in the recording. So you have to choose: do I want turn by turn navigation playing in my helmet, or do I want to have the Prism on? Or, you have to choose: do I want my turn by turn navigation from a dedicated bluetooth-capable GPS, or do I want to be able to record friends' conversations. Can't have it all. This is probably fine for most motovloggers and general use, but it's a huge turn-off for someone like me who goes on 3-11 day motorcycle camping trips with friends often and I have music playing via cell phone to my 20S, Google maps navigating my waypoints over turn-by-turn in my helmet, the Prism on and ready to record, while being linked up to other riders hoping to record some funny conversation and cool scenery on the bikes. The Prism currently doesn't allow all this.
over 2 years ago
2 hour battery life is a bit short. Extra batteries can be swapped in or it's also usable while plugged in. That's fine for a car, but not so much while riding.
Have another coming.
Sinc to headset and start shooting.
Watched vloggers for a few years (GoPro/Sony)but had a hard time figuring the easiest (cheapest) way to record audio and video out of the box...... My old GoPro was voice over only and a sail on my head.
ADV-REJECT is me.
Make your own goofy stuff happen, too.
Sena works well for me.
Ride safe, ride often, the present is a gift.
1 year ago