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Sena Prism Tube Camera
The Sena Prism Tube Camera delivers stunning video quality combined with class-leading ease-of-use and Sena's legendary functionality. Packing huge capability into a small, lightweight package that weighs only 75 grams. It mounts effortlessly onto your motorcycle helmet and captures the full scope of your fun with a 125-degree field of view. It only takes a single touch of a button to start capturing your motorcycle adventures in stunning full HD quality for both video and audio. Simply slide the switch forward to power it on and let the fun begin! The Prism Tube Action Camera mounts and removes quickly and easily on all types of motorcycle helmets. It comes with two different mounts, which provide a great deal of mounting flexibility for achieving whatever camera angle you want. The Prism Tube Action Camera also provides 360 degrees of rotation to capture an even wider variety of camera angles. Sena’s wind noise reduction ensures that ambient noise doesn’t interfere with the audio captured from the microphone. Integrated voice prompts instruct riders on the use of their device.
- Recording time: 2 hours
- Operating temperature: -10˚C - 55˚C (14°F - 131°F)
- Water resistant
- 26 mm (diameter) x 99 mm (length), 31 mm (switch diameter)
- 1.0 in (diameter) x 3.9 in (length), 1.2 in (switch diameter))
- 75 g (2.7 oz)
- Wind noise reductions
- Field of view: 125 degrees
- 3.5 M pixel CMOS
- Aperture f/2.0
- 1080p: 30fps
- Micro HDMI
- Charging time: 3 hours
- Type: Lithium polymer
- MicroSD card (class 10 or higher) up to 32 GB (not included in package)
- CE, FCC, IC
Note: The Sena Prism Tube Camera is not Bluetooth enabled and not compatible with Sena Bluetooth Headsets.
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Reviews & Questions
The Sena Prism Tube is an excellent camera build and it is is very low profile if you're trying to avoid having a box attached to the side of your head. It is extremely sturdy; I honestly feel this is more secure than any 3M tape. Very easy to power on and off even with gloves, unlike trying to find the buttons on a GoPro. Video quality is excellent, and it even comes bundled with microphone and speakers so you don't have to spend another $80 on attachments.
The only problem is that it has a 32gb MicroSD max capacity. I wasn't trying to clear out the memory so frequently, but considering that is the only problem with the camera, I still think its a phenomenal product.
I did get one good video clip.
But Using it to record my commutes in case anything bad happened, I would sometimes have video and sometimes not when I plugged it into my computer.
If you need a camera to record your runs at a track day on on the Dragon, then yes, buy the Sena Tube.
But if want the motorcyclist's version of a dash-cam, look elsewhere. I am.
But!, It looks great, installs & attaches easily, charges & downloads easily, and is about as idiot-proof as possible.
So, If you want a cam to capture specific moments of a ride, and you can turn the camera on & off in those moments - get the Sena Tube. If you want a constantly-recording commuter cam, look elsewhere.
over 2 years ago
I usually go for about an hour to hour and a half long ride on weekends. I thought what the heck, why not get a camera and record some memories. So I bought the Prism Tube because it's simple, low profile, and it records video and sound. That's all I needed, just something basic.
Come to find out I can only record up to about 25 minutes of footage. Anything over that and the file becomes corrupted. It won't play on anything! I've downloaded all different kinds of players and video converters, and nothing can play it. I went on 2 separate rides and captured some good stuff, just under 3 hours of video. I've tried everything, but no dice. And I don't feel like turning the camera off and on every half hour just so the video integrity is good. And out of the 30 minute "test" recordings I've done, about half of them freeze midway through.
I even emailed Sena customer service and they said "reset the camera and format the memory card." That didn't work, so they said "use an FLV player." If I'm not mistaken, isn't that a flash player? What good would that do? So I downloaded a few FLV players and NONE of them even recognize the file. It's BS if you ask me.
I won't recommend this camera to anyone. Unless you're fine with recording short drives to the grocery store, this thing is utterly useless.
My overall feeling about the camera, I would recommend it to my friends.
over 2 years ago
Mounting is simple. You get the option of an adhesive or a clamp. I used the clamp. Fitment of the clamp isn't quite perfect, but thats the fault of my Kabuto helmet design, not the Sena.
One reviewer complained of corrupted video files. I bought a SanDisk 32gb microSD with a read AND write speed of around 90mb/s. This is important. You can't use a regular old microSD because HD video pushes a lot of data into your SD card at a very high bandwidth. You need that high write speed or the video files will indeed end up corrupt.
I can't speak to the battery life yet as I've only been for a couple of 15min rides with the unit. I wouldn't expect any more than the 2hrs stated in the spec sbeet without a Sena (or 3rd party) battery pack. Their battery pack look s quite compact and we'll designed, so it'd be a worthy upgrade for those longer trips.
Video quality is suitable for motovlogging or just capturing your ride for publishing, although the image is a little sharp. This can most likely be corrected in your video editing software. I'm yet to try editing any of my footage myself though.
Bear in mind that it's not designed for other activities outside of what you would do wearing a helmet. It's also not completely waterproof, but it does look like it would hold up to a light shower.
In summary, I highly recommend the Sena Prism Tube camera to anyone looking for affordable HD video capture.
1 year ago
A couple of things i noticed right away is that the camera, like all good cameras, requires a high-end SD card with a very high data transfer rate. It needs to be high enough not to cause bogging, which is why some users have ahd problems.
The mic and speaker work reasonably well, the sound from the Mic is fairly clean, but adding a better muff or 'dead-cat" to the mic would help eliminate any unwanted noise and breathing from the audio. If you have a helmet with minimal chin-bar clearance, you might not have a lot of flexibility. The speaker does nothing but to alert you to the camera status. those alerts are clear, but at a set volume that might not be loud enough to be heard over the bike/com/wind noise.
Sadly at this time Sena has no intention of offering a jumper wire to integrate into the Sena com-systems speakers, which would be amazing. So you if you have a com system, you will need to find room to fit a second speaker on one side. This wasn't a huge problem on my Arai Defiant but was on my previous helmet (HJC Carbon).
Video quality is solid, but the camera lacks image stabilization of the higher-end cameras. This may or may not be a problem depending on your suspension and your neck's ability to absorb bumps
The latest firmware update offers loop-recording, hopefully the next update will allow memory card support up to 132gb.
The clamp system is very solid, and holds the camera exactly where you set it. The camera cradle/holder itself is ok, it is tight enough to keep the camera for turning in the grips through normal bumps&shocks, but loose enough to adjust with your gloves on while riding. Haveing a way of locking the camera in position within the cradle would make it great. more than A few times i have twisted the camera off of square from the shot, so all of my video was on an angle. you will need to spend some time with a buddy to get the alignment right and being able to figure out by touch if you are square tot he shot or not.
This is a great introductory camera to get into motovlogging or just to use as a dashcam.
The good. Compact and easy to install. I didn't have any problem attaching it to my helmet securely using the clamp. It was still firmly attached after riding. For a $120 camera, I think the video quality is really good. It obviously sucks in low light, but in daylight it's great. The construction is solid, it's built like a small tactical flashlight and comes with a sturdy rubber lens cover. Turning the record on and off is super easy, even with gloves on. There's about a 3 second delay though from the time you turn it on to actual recording.
Overall I think it's worth the price and you get good value without having to have a big box mounted to your head. But, if you are looking for a camera to do hour long youtube videos, look for something else.
The video quality is great. I was concerned that the view angle wouldn't be great because it lacks the 170 degrees that is GoPro's super view, but it's more than adequate. It has a consistent frame rate and adapts beautifully to changing light. I have had to do very, very little contrast adjustment in post processing. My biggest gripe, if you could even call it that, is that the video clips themselves are only 3 minutes each. It records continuously, but splits them up into 3 minute file segments.
The audio quality is just OK, but that is also partly my helmet's fault. I have one that fits pretty snug, so it's hard to place the mic in a great spot. Then again, what are you expecting? Amazing audio from a stick on lapel mic?
Mounting this thing is ridiculously simple. You can use the external mount with the included 3M adhesive, or you can mount it onto your helmet with the slip on mount. I've been using the slip on mount because I alternate between helmets, and it's never slipped even at 90mph.
A lot of people complain that they can't get level video. It's pretty simple - just line the red line on top of the camera vertically and BOOM! Level video. It isn't rocket science.
Battery life is good - I can usually get about 3 hours of recording time per charge, with 24 hours of standby in between - so about 3 days of commuting for me.
My HJC RPHA ST doesn't have a ton of room for speakers, but I was able to fit the speaker and mic in just fine. I like that they use a hook and loop backing on both, making it very easy to attach everything without having to break out a lot of tape.
Over all, I'm EXTREMELY impressed with this little camera, especially considering the price. I'll upgrade eventually to a GoPro, and this will become a rear-end camera... but I'm almost considering buying a second one of these and putting the extra $300 a GoPro would cost toward something cooler.
1 year ago