GoPro ups the ante when it comes to vision shot while on the move…
GoPro founder Nicholas Woodman has introduced a new line of HERO5 cameras, cloud-based software, and drone, Karma, in the US which he says make it even easier to capture and share engaging stories, auto-upload photos and videos, and perform mobile, on-the-go editing and sharing.
The new HERO5 Black line of cameras can auto-upload photos and videos to GoPro Plus, a cloud-based subscription service that makes it easy to access, edit and share GoPro content anytime, anywhere using a phone or computer. The unit also delivers video Resolutions up to 4K at 30 frames per second, professional quality 12MP photos, simple one-button control, waterproof and compatible with existing GoPro mounts, including the new Karma drone.
The popular HERO5 Session camera is reissued with performance upgrades including professional-grade electronic video stabilisation and distortion-free wide angle video and photos with new linear-view setting.
Of the new drone, Karma, Woodman says, “We’re stoked to launch Karma and show how much more it is than a drone. Karma packs Hollywood-caliber aerial, handheld and gear-mounted image stabilisation into a backpack for AUD$1,195.95. It’s so easy to use, a beginner can have fun straight away.”
Compact and foldable, Karma fits into an included backpack and also includes a game-style controller with integrated touch display, 3‐axis camera stabiliser and grip for capturing ultra-smooth handheld and gear-mounted footage.