GoPro goes drone as Karma quadcopter lifts off
GoPro has made it's long awaited debut on the drone market, announcing Karma, a compact quadcopter that works with GoPro cameras and offers up to 20 minutes flight time.
The unit folds to fit neatly into a slimline backpack and comes with it's own touchscreen controller and an image-stabilising grip for steady shooting on the ground using the device's three-axis gimbal.
Karma will be launched in the US on October 23, with an Australian launch rumoured to be delayed, perhaps until early 2017. It is expected to retail for A$1195.95 without camera, or for A$1649.95 packaged with GoPro's new Hero5 Black.