Ignore the Wall Street narrativeGoPro is far from dead and still innovating with its cameras. The action camera — CEO Nick Woodman prefers “lifestyle” instead — company released a trio of solid products last year (Hero5 Black, Hero5 session, and Karma drone) with the sole goal of rejuvenating the brand and doubling down on its new mission to make video editing effortless for everyone. At this year’s Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado, GoPro gave a very select group of media a first look at its next game-changing product:…

After a troubled start in the U.S. that culminated in a recall, GoPro’s Karma quadcopter has finally gone on sale in several European countries, namely the U.K., Spain, Italy, Germany, and France The post GoPro’s Karma drone finally takes flight in the U View original article at Digital Trends

If you recently bought GoPro’s image-stabilizing Karma Grip and you fancy doing something else with it other than just holding it in your hand, then how about sticking it on a Karma drone? The post Own a Karma Grip? Then you might want to check out GoPro’s new drone kit appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Drone fails aren’t new (especially around the holidays when no one knows how to properly control their newly purchased flying device), but having one crash through your apartment window is still shocking. SEE ALSO: This pocket-sized selfie drone may change the way you take pictures A woman in New York City was jolted to attention on Sunday evening when a GoPro camera drone crashed into her high-rise apartment window, according to local news reports.  The drone smashed through the glass of the 27th-floor window in Manhattan, missing the…

With a newly designed battery latch, the GoPro Karma is once again ready to take flight, the company says, with sales beginning Wednesday. The drone was previously voluntarily recalled after some of them lost power mid-flight. The post GoPro begins selling its Karma drone again following simple battery fix appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends