GoPro Karma Drone
Plenty of other drones are built around GoPros as their primary cameras. It only made sense that GoPro would want to get in on the action themselves with the Karma Drone. It’s one of the most compact drones yet, folding into a relatively slim case that can be worn as a backpack. The included Karma controller boasts a flip up touchscreen display and dual joystick controls, and since others crowding around for a view of the screen can get annoying the GoPro Passenger App, installable on smartphones, lets friends see what you’re seeing or even control the camera itself while you take care of the flying. The drone also has a stabilizer gimbal (which can also be removed for use with the handheld Karma Grip) for smooth shooting, replaceable arms — not just props — in case something goes wrong, one-button take off and landing, as well as built-in No-Fly Zones, which may sound like its at your detriment but really it’s not.
Learn more at GoPro – $800 (drone alone) to $1,100 (with Hero5 Black)