The Sport Camera has two buttons and two LED indicators, so there aren’t a lot of controls to fumble with, as the settings are automatically adjusted for you. For greater control of the camera, you can use the built-in Wi-Fi to connect to a smartphone, where you can change settings, remotely frame your shot, or upload the content to the Web. The camera also supports the ANT/ANT+ wireless technology, so you can pair it with Shimano’s new D-Fly Di2 bike computer that records information related to a bike ride; the data is transmitted to the camera, which embeds that info over your video, for you to review when you playback the footage.
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