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haha thanks matt, means a lot coming from you, cheers!

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thrice GoPro's article
Feb 2, 2017 at 12:41
Feb 2, 2017
GoPro’s Karma Drone Returns
@lemonaid: "Should" being the key word here. Most reviews of both products reveal that ideally someone flying the Mavic must already have some sort of experience using DJI drones. Overall, all reviewers describe the GoPro to be an easy out of the box and fly experience.
thrice GoPro's article
Feb 1, 2017 at 13:55
Feb 1, 2017
GoPro’s Karma Drone Returns
I don't get it why everyone is comparing the two. They are not aimed at the same customer. If that where the case, there would only be one product of every category. You have to have different products for different people. The Mavic is aimed for someone who already has a camera for ground shots or does not care about anything but an aerial shot. Ideally someone purchasing the Mavic is well versed with drones because its not easy to fly. Its the playstation of drones. GoPro on the other hand is the Nintendo of drones. Easy to fly (provided it works this time) and kind of an afterthought. Its aimed for consumers that want the whole package. I honestly am not buying either. I have never thought about purchasing a drone, but I did buy the camera. GoPro still makes the best POV camera out there, Chinese versions, Sony and even Garmin are struggling to keep up. I was down 400 for the camera. I could have put in 600 more and gotten a Drone. At least they made me think. Lots of people purchasing the Karma will be those who want to jump into the market for the first time. They are getting their GoPro camera, and for a really cheap price, they could be getting an easy to fly drone with sweet pre-programmed flight paths. Not to mention a gimbal which is usually worth around 200-400 USD and software to edit the shots. The reason you can't compare is because if you tell that person to buy a Mavic instead, he's left without a camera for other uses, gimbal and easy to use software. Not comparable at all. Geez!
thrice GoPro's article
Feb 1, 2017 at 9:51
Feb 1, 2017
GoPro’s Karma Drone Returns
@JacksonTM: I've broken 1 Trek frame, a rocky mountain slayer twice and my santa cruz nomad twice as well. Tore the metal plate off my five ten spd maltese falcons and even a fox motocross helmet once. I'm a hack, I admit it. The one thing that I've never manage to break are my GoPro cameras. The new one has been unbelievable so far. I put it on a tree the other day next to a drop, and I yelled at it to take a burst as I dropped in. Awesome shot, I can talk to it now haha.
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