GoPro gives us all good video Karma Paid Members Public
I’m teaching video this year, so I can write this off against tax, right?
GoPro is building publicity for its first drone: Karma Paid Members Public
GoPro badly [needs a new business line](http://thenextweb.com/insider/2016/01/14/gopro-misses-q4-revenue-goal-plans-to-cut-7-percent-of-workforce/#gref). Now wonder they’re pushing the new (and unreleased) [Karma drone](http://shop.gopro.com/EMEA/karma/2016.html) so hard.Still, it looks pretty cool…
The camera drone that follows you Paid Members Public
Now, [that](https://www.lily.camera) I can see being a handy tool for some newsrooms.Pre-order now for $499 [https://www.lily.camera/#id], it’ll be $999 when it goes on sale early next year. Tempted?
LeWeb: The delightful, dangerous, diversifying drone debate Paid Members Public
A LeWeb session on drones, curated by Mr Robert Scoble [https://www.facebook.com/RobertScoble]. Robert Scoble Robert loosely puts drones in three categories: * Toys – and other things you’ll chase your cat with * Professional drones – made to carry cameras and other payloads. * B2B drones – soil analysers for farmers, architectural
Reassessing the tech behind drone journalism Paid Members Public
An encounter with drone tech at Blue Light Camp 2014.