Motorbike Helmet Camera Recorder Sena 10C Pro Bluetooth Headset Review Launched

A new video review has been launched by Hillery Motorsports, covering the Sena 10C Pro Bluetooth Headset with Camera. It showcases the features and benefits, including advanced noise cancelation and Bluetooth functionality.

Midwest City, United States - September 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Hillery MotorSports has launched a new video review of the Sena 10c Pro Bluetooth Headset with Camera, providing customers with a detailed insight into what it offers. It is an all new motorcycle helmet headset that has built in camera functionality for added security and peace of mind while on the road.

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The new video review is part of the company’s commitment to ensuring customers get the best information available. Through providing them with up to date, unbiased and detailed information, they can help customers to make a more informed buying decision.

In the new video, customers will discover that the Sena 10C Pro is an update to the combination video camera and Bluetooth communicator. It allows riders to capture the moment while being connected with up to four other riders in full intercom.

Among the features provided include advanced noise cancellation technology, which helps to reduce road, engine and exhaust noise. In addition to this, customers can pair their Bluetooth enabled smartphone to make hands free calls, listen to music, or get GPS guidance while out and about.

The new video from Hillery Motorsports showcases the Bluetooth 4.1 advanced noise control, Wi-Fi functionality, and Unibody design for Bluetooth headset and video camera.

Customers will discover that the new product has a versatile photo mode, which allows for shot, burst and time lapse shot functions. Lens rotation is provided up to 30 degrees, and there is even smart audio mixing functionality.

This allows the user to mix their voice and music into the video they record, allowing for professional recording and editing.

Hiller Motorsports is a leading online site for motorcycle parts, sporting goods, vehicle parts and accessories. Along with an online store that features the best motorcycle ATV parts on the market, the company also provides detailed reports, reviews and articles on its website.

Full details of the headset and the new video review from Hillery Motorsports can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dane Hillery
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Organization: Hillery MotorSports
Address: 2730 Global Parkway STE C, Midwest City, OK 73110, United States
Phone: +1-800-431-1853

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88918878

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