THE GoPro revealed the relaunch of its image stabilization solution Karma, which involves a stabilizing stick and, most importantly, a drone to aid in filming.
The product had been launching last year, but a portion of the drones had a problem where they lost energy during the flight and fell to the ground. According to the company, what happened is that the battery was disconnected by an internal problem. They identified that the problem was with the latch holding the battery. The company then voluntarily recalled 2,500 units of the product in November last year,
The new model uses a new lock, which was designed by the company in the meantime. The updated version of the product is now on sale at GoPro and select vendors of United States.
According to the company, first shipments are limited, but production is expected to increase rapidly. The product will be launched in other markets in the first half of 2017.
?Karma is the best solution for image stabilization, whether captured in the air, in your hands or attached to your body,? says the Brand founder and CEO Nick Woodman. "As the drone market continues to grow, Karma delivers something more versatile at a more affordable price."
The product will be offered in cameraless versions of $ 800 ($ 2,500 direct conversion) and one with Hero5 Black for $ 1,100. Who already owns a Karma Grip can buy only the part of the drone for $ 600.
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