"GoPro HERO5 + Karma: The Launch"
More than a drone: Karma is an aerial, hand-held and mountable stabilization solution. And yes, it includes a drone! Hollywood in a backpack for $799.
Shot 100% on GoPro, including HERO5, HERO5 Session and Karma
HERO5 Black is the most powerful and easy-to-use GoPro ever, thanks to its 4K video, voice control, one-button simplicity, touch display and waterproof design. Add video stabilization, stereo audio, GPS and auto-uploading of your photos and videos to the cloud and you've got a ton of GoPro for $399.
HERO5 Session shares the convenient size and one button simplicity of the original HERO Session, but with massive performance gains like 4K video, 10MP photos, video stabilization, improved low light performance and voice control. It's waterproof without a housing to 30 feet and can auto-upload your photos and videos to the cloud. HERO5 Session may be the ultimate combination of performance and small size.
Karma is so much more than a drone. It captures amazingly smooth GoPro footage in the air, handheld, and mounted to your favorite gear. Compact and ultra portable, the Karma Drone folds to fit into its own lightweight case. The game-style controller with an integrated touch display makes Karma easy and fun to fly. The included camera stabilizer can be removed from the drone and attached to the included Karma Grip for ultra steady professional-looking handheld and gear-mounted footage. Hollywood-caliber stabilization in a backpack you can wear during almost any activity...for $799.
A family road trip.
A snowy adventure.
A tropical destination.
A performance on the biggest stage of your life.
Jai Wolf "Indian Summer"
Amsterdam, Netherlands at Lowlands Festival
Lynsey Dyer, Julia Mancuso, and Jaime Anderson
Stefan Lantschner and Josef Pichler
Neah Bay, Washington & Sedona, AZ & Lake Tahoe, CA
Morgan Brechler, Hadlie Brechler, and Jared Marvel
Chris Van Dine, Kurt Voreis, Dennis Youroshek, and Luke Strobel
Sri Lanka & Thailand
Brandon Li, Kobe Lee, Renee Lusano, and Ishita Malaviya
Mexico City, Mexico
Francisco “Paco” Trad and Tatiana Serur
Lakey Peterson, Alana Blanchard, Johanne Defane, and Bianca Buitendag