Our ongoing GoPro Karma Drone review uses video footage from the newly launched GoPro Hero5 Black camera, and you can see the stability that it provides, even in high wind. Its stability is thanks to a 3-axis gimbal that keeps the shot steady and OIS that’s now a part of the GoPro Hero5 series. Thanks to the Hero5 Black, the drone can shoot 4K video (this one is shot in 1080p) and fly high as 3280ft (1,000m) and soar at a maximum speed of 35mph (15m/s).
GoPro Karma drone hands on review:
GoPro Hero5 Black hands on review:
GoPro Hero5 Session hands on review:
We’ll have more on the GoPro Karma, GoPro Hero5 Black and smaller GoPro Hero5 Session, and how the drone compares to the new DJI Mavic Pro in an upcoming video. The Hero5 cameras are now available in the US, while the GoPro Karma Drone launches on Oct. 23.