The delayed exhibit of GoPro’s initial worker continues.
Action camera manufacturer GoPro suggested that a name of a new worker is Karama, in a teaser video posted to a YouTube page Wednesday. The association also announced it’s giving away 100 Karmas when a product strictly launches.
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GoPro’s CEO Nick Woodman first announced that a association was building a worker — or a “quadcopter,” as he refers to it — during Re/Code’s Code Conference in May. Gorgeous exam footage was first shown in Oct to smooth a appetites.
We don’t have tech specifications or an thought of what it looks like yet, though now we have a name. For it’s new teaser video, GoPro used a footage from a final teaser video, though it’s been extended with thespian song and a voiceover.
GoPro says a Karma will come out during some indicate in 2016, though hasn’t specified when. A intensity idea lies in a Contest Terms page for a giveaway. The association says it will give divided a 100 Karmas “at launch,” and while it says winners will be awarded before Dec. 31, 2016, it also says that winners will be comparison by Apr 15, 2016.
Of course, that doesn’t meant that GoPro will recover a worker on that Apr 15, though given a association is said to recover a worker in a initial half of 2016, it’s a trustworthy timeline.
Either way, worker enthusiasts will be watchful with fervent anticipation. If a teaser footage is any indication, a Karma should be excellent.
Reps for GoPro didn’t immediately respond to a ask for comment.
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