The Sena Prism Lite isn’t just an action sports camera. It’s the wireless recording hub of your ADV motorcycling obsession. The Prism Lite uses the same technology as the Prism, but offers it in a more affordable package. With 1080p FHD video recording with 5 MP still shot image capture and a variety of other video modes (1080p:30fps, 720p:30/60fps, 480p:up to 120fps) and photo modes (shot, time-lapse, and burst) it’s the only tool you’ll ever need to properly tell the story of how your mud-caked morning was washed clean by an unplanned river crossing in the afternoon…on your way to that majestic vista now framed on your office wall. And don’t worry if you get a little wet—the Prism Lite is water resistant right out of the box and the waterproof housing keeps the Prism safe up to 40 meters of depth. Take motorcycle video recording to the max with the Prism Lite.
The Sena Prism pairs with virtually any Bluetooth device, but the main one you’ll want to use it with will be your Bluetooth 4.1-enabled helmet communication system. Now you’re a fully mic’d up one-man, adventure movie-makin’ crew, integrating Ultra HD Voice Recording™ through your built-in or Bluetooth®-connected mic—all on-the-fly, no additional video/audio editing needed. Attacking the terrain with your buddies? The Prism Lite also mixes in real-time audio feeds captured from their in-helmet Bluetooth mics, creating an instantly shareable multi-track audio masterpiece that truly preserves the raw emotion and excitement of the ride from everyone’s perspective. If you’re on the hunt for a cutting edge motorcycle riding camera, the Prism Lite might be just for you.
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