GoPro Karma Drone

GoPro Karma Drone
$799.99
Karma Drone by GoPro
Price subject to change | SKU: GOP0064

GoPro Karma Drone

By now, you're already very familiar with your GoPro camera's ability to capture shots that never would have been possible with a traditional camera. That being said, there's a part of you that wants to take things to the next level, and the GoPro Karma Drone is ready to make that happen, whether that means capturing next-level aerial footage or silky smooth handheld shots. Not only did GoPro create a drone that's more compact and easier to operate than anything else on the market, but it also developed a way to capture amazingly smooth footage from the air, handheld, or body-mounted. With three options to choose from, the Karma has you covered whether you own a HERO5 Black, HERO5 Session, or HERO4 camera. The Karma is more than just a standard drone with a GoPro mount--it has a folding design that allows it to be stored in the low-profile Karma Case backpack (included), so you can ski, bike, hike, or paddle comfortably with the drone on your back. The idea here is that instead of asking yourself, "should I bring my drone on this adventure", you'll be asking, "why wouldn't I bring my drone today'" In addition to making it ultra-compact, GoPro also made it easy to fly, so anyone can enjoy it. The included Karma Controller shows what your GoPro is seeing, which not only makes navigation easier, but also ensures you're capturing the shot perfectly. It also has intuitive controls so there's not a steep learning curve that involves lots of crashes and spare parts purchases. The secret to the ultra-smooth and stable shots the Karma captures is the Karma Stabilizer. It uses a gyroscopic mechanism to stabilize the camera. And the best part' The stabilizer detaches and connects with the included Karma Grip, so you can get the same professional-looking shots from the ground. That means glidecam-like shots when you're getting selfie ski shots on a powder day or shooting a follow-cam line on your skateboard. Built-in controls on the Karma Grip are compatible with the HERO5 ...

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