Karma Drone: GoPro’s First Ever Drone Can Fly At 14,500ft

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Short Bytes: GoPro Inc. has launched the Karma drone which can be used to fly a GoPro HERO using a stabilizer connected to the drone. The Karma drone is controlled using a Karma Controller which also displays the video feed from the camera. There is a Karma Grip Handle for mounting cameras on the ground.

The GoPro cameras, I have seen them in funny YouTube videos, on the helmet of bikers destined to crash in the next couple of seconds. Now, the GoPro Inc. has given flying powers to the cameras. Well, not the cameras literally. They have launched the Karma drone which can take the GoPro cameras on a flight.

The Karma drone is a quadcopter, with removable propellers, which can fold its arms when placed in the carry case, the Karma Case. It can house HERO Series cameras HERO5 Black, HERO Session, and HERO4 Black/Silver in the Karma stabilizer. There is a Karma Grip Handle for the times when you don’t want your GoPro to talk to the clouds.karma-drone

The Karma drone can be controlled using the buttons and analog sticks present on the Karma controller which also shows you game-style flight view on the 720p 5-inch display. The Karma drone uses a 5100 mAh Li-ion battery which enables a flight time of 20 minutes. It weighs a little more than a kilo and can fly at 35mph at an altitude of 14,500ft.

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The Karma drone uses a 5100 mAh Li-ion battery which enables a flight time of 20 minutes. It weighs a little more than a kilo and can fly at 35mph at an altitude of 14,500ft.

It doesn’t have much as a drone but, at least, you do have a GoPro drone hardware to shoot aerial view using your HERO series camera. The GoPro Karma drone will up for sale from October 23 at $799.

To know about the GoPro Karma Drone, visit GoPro’s website.

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Aditya Tiwari

Aditya Tiwari

Aditya likes to cover topics related to Microsoft, Windows 10, Apple Watch, and interesting gadgets. But when he is not working, you can find him binge-watching random videos on YouTube (after he has wasted an hour on Netflix trying to find a good show). Reach out at [email protected]

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