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GoPro Karma Lets New Hero5s Fly High

Introduction of a drone is a natural extension of GoPro's core wearable camera business, and bundling its new cameras with Karma is likely to benefit sales of both devices, noted Barbara Kraus, director of research at Parks Associates.

"However, the Karma does not have obstacle detection, which is likely to be considered a detriment," she told TechNewsWorld. "Major drone maker DJI's Phantom 4 does have obstacle detection, which is an important safety feature because drones can be dangerous."

From the article "GoPro Karma Lets New Hero5s Fly High" by John P. Mello Jr.

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