GoPro aims to make a comeback with its Karma drone this year. The drone was taken off the market last year due to performance issues. After a series of improvements and testing, the company is ready to bring it back to the market.
The company has been at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas, and has announced plans to detail Karma’s future in early February.
"For GoPro, 2017 is all about mobile storytelling—HERO5 and the Quik app enable exactly that," said Nicholas Woodman, GoPro's founder and CEO. "Advanced users can take their stories to the next level with Karma Grip stabilization and our drone, Karma."
The Karma is designed to be compact, adhere to novice and seasoned drone operators, and fly with easy-to-learn and responsive controls.