Years ago, GoPro essentially created the action camera market by offering small and lightweight devices that could take a beating and deliver good quality video. Since that time, many other players have stepped into the “action camera” arena including Sony, Garmin, and others.
A large majority of action cameras followed GoPro’s lead and designed small plastic “boxes with a lens” that fit within a waterproof housing. The housing itself could then be attached to helmets or vehicles via a variety of clamps, plates, and such. These work well enough but the form factor wasn’t the easiest to attach to a motorcycle helmet and remain “subtle”.
A few makers began making cameras in a “tube” shape, such as Replay XD. One manufacturer, well known for its lineup of Bluetooth helmet intercom systems, also went with a cylinder shape in what became the Sena Prism Tube Action Camera which we reviewed in 2016.
Rick was very impressed with Sena’s Tube camera back in 2016 and now that we’re closing in on the end of 2019, we have an updated version of this camera in for review. Is the new camera everything the old one was and more? Let’s have a look and see.
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