The GoPro has released a manual three-axis stabilizer named Karma Grip, designed specifically for its action cameras. Interestingly, this GoPro camera stabilizer stick accessory was originally bundled with recently introduced the GoPro Drone Karma, but as now re-called due to technical issues in order to resolve them, so now the manufacturer has decided to sell the GoPro Karma Grip separately for $299.
GoPro Karma Grip is now fully compatible with the new Hero5 Black camera, while Hero 4 Black and Silver owners, have to spend more $29 to buy a harness to fully utilize the stabilizer. Coming to the Hero5 Session, the harness of this camera it will be available during the second quarter of 2017.
Coming to specs, the dimensions of the stabilizer are 149 x 109 x 83 mm and weighs 242 grams, while the handle measures 205 x 43 x 43 mm and weighs 244.6 grams. The company claims the battery life of 1 hour and 45 minutes, can be charged in 1 hour and 50 minutes using Supercharger.
The Karma Grip will appeal to those who like to take on walks, running, perform a variety of tasks, exercises, riding a bike or bicycle and so on. The stabilizer can be hand held or mounted on the stationary mounting. Your camera can be charged via Karma Grip GoPro, along with that GoPro also unveiled the Karma mounting ring, carry case and extension cable to add more versatility.