GoPro has finally unveiled their latest offering, the foldable, quadcopter-style drone, called, the Karma.
The new and compact design lets you enjoy, capture, and document more of your travels in just a simple touch of your hand. It comes with a gaming-inspired controller with a built-in touchscreen, and its tri-axis stabilizer can even be deployed and attached to an included handheld “Karma Grip” for on-the-ground use like a Steadicam.
Along with its release, GoPro also unveils its latest cameras, the HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session. The Black boasts the likes of a 2-inch touchscreen, 12-megapixel photos, RAW support, built-in GPS, voice control, 4K video at speeds up to 30 fps, and 1080p video at up to 120 fps, while the Session builds on its HERO4 predecessor and also offers voice commands along with 10-megapixel pictures and 4K video shooting at up to 30 fps. Both are waterproof for that perfect underwater shot you deserve!
Dropping this October 23, you better save up, and get your hands on to these new gadgets that will fit your style, and accompany your traveling experience!
Check out the video below to further understand its features.
As for the pricing, we are not pretty certain about its local (Philippine conversion) yet. But in the US, the Karma is at $799 USD, due this October 23, or alongside the Session for $999, and $1,099 for Black for $999 USD. As for the cameras alone, they’ll drop October 2 for $299 USD and $399 USD, respectively.