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GoPro’s drone flying days have come to an end

The GoPro Karma was one of the most anticipated GoPro products in recent times. At the time of launch, it stood out for having a foldable form factor which made it super portable to carry around. On top of that, the gimbal also doubles up as a standalone handheld stabiliser for your GoPro camera.

Unfortunately, after less than two years, GoPro is pulling the plug on the Karma and they are exiting the drone business for good.

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GoPro HERO6: Looks exactly like the HERO5 but that’s a good thing

Much like Google has become the household name for search engines (no, nobody uses Bing, get out of here), GoPro is pretty much the go-to brand for users looking for an action cam that works and that can last.

Today, the company revealed their latest and most powerful action cam ever — the GoPro HERO6 Black — which, despite its similar exterior, may be one of the biggest new GoPro launches the company has made in a long time.

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GoPro Karma goes on sale in Malaysia next week at RM5,999

The GoPro Karma drone will be available in Malaysia from May 7 this year. The drone will retail for RM5,999 and it comes bundled with the HERO5 Black camera as well. The first 50 buyers will get free drone flying lessons organised by GoPro at Tadom Hills in Banting. The drone will also be available for purchase online at Lazada, Shopee and 11Street on the same day. You can experience the drone for yourself at the GoPro roadshow that will be held from May 24 to 28 in Mid Valley.

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GoPro is now selling the Karma Grip standalone for around RM1,330

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We reported earlier that GoPro’s fabled Karma drone was falling out of the sky, which is obviously terrible especially since the drone itself has received a lot of praise from critics. Yeah, it isn’t as good of a drone as something like the DJI Mavic Pro, but you’re getting a solid package with the Karma, Karma Grip and GoPro HERO5.

Well, if you’ve been eyeing a stabiliser for your brand new GoPro HERO5 before the drones started failing, the good news is that GoPro is now selling their Karma Grip standalone.

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