GoPro Karma Drone

Sep 19, 2016

Category: Tech

GoPro has finally arrived. Now everyone’s favorite personal action camera can now take to the sky thanks to the new Karma drone. Capture amazing aerial footage with either the Hero 5, Hero 5 Session, or Hero 4. No need to pay someone to get third party footage, the Karma has everything under control.

The Karma is a quadcopter with four propellers and features a 3-axis gimbal to help produce smooth footage thanks to its stabilized nature. It’s also modular enough to remove the gimbal altogether for POV ground footage, and the whole drone and camera fits comfortably within the molded interior of the Karma Case. You also get a controller with the drone, hosting a touch display and smart controls all within a gaming style design so you can constantly see what your new eyes in the sky are surveying. The user-friendly nature of the Karma makes first-time flyers comfortable in the captain’s chair and there’s even an app that lets your friends view your flight and control the GoPro while you control the Karma’s movement. It’s available 10/23 and prices start at $800. [Purchase]





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