People who own a GoPro Karma drone are already able to remove its camera/gimbal, attach them to the included Karma Grip, and use them to shoot stabilized handheld footage. Owners of the similar DJI Mavic … well, they can't. PolarPro Filters is now offering what might be the next-best thing, however, in the form of the Katana DJI Mavic Tray.

Basically, the Katana is a set of nylon hand grips which the folded-down drone gets slung between. A smartphone mount on top of the device lets users utilize their phone's screen as a monitor, allowing them to control the drone's gimbal-stabilized camera, start/stop recording, and to see what it's seeing in real time – all via the DJI Mavic app, that is.

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There are no camera controls on the Katana itself.

If you're interested in getting one, the device is available now for preorder, priced at US$49.99. Shipping will begin on April 24th.

Source: PolarPro

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