The new GoPro action cameras are here.
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman on Monday announced the Hero 5 Black and Hero 5 Session. Both cameras are capable of capturing 4k video, include electronic image stabilization and support voice controls in multiple languages. The Hero 5 Black also features a 2-inch touchscreen display, GPS, three microphones, and is now waterproof up to 30 feet without requiring a separate case.
The Hero5 Black will be available for $399, while the Hero 5 Session will cost $299. Both cameras arrive on October 2.
The company also announced the GoPro Karma, a compact and foldable drone that fits inside of a backpack. The drone includes a flip-up touchscreen controller, which the company said makes it easy to fly for beginners or experienced pilots. The Karma's stabilizers can also be removed and mounted on a bike, helmet or car, or inserted into the included "Karma Grip" handheld stabilizer.
The GoPro Karma drone will be available on October 23 for $799. The drone is compatible with the Hero 4 Silver, Hero 4 Black and Hero 5 products. GoPro will be offering the drone as part of a bundle with either the Hero 5 Black or Hero 5 Session. The Karma and Session bundle will retail for $999, while the Karma and Black bundle will cost $1099.