"The base Kepler kit transforms with minimal waste: the kite turns into a parachute, the rods into landing legs, and the custom mount supports a capsule for high-flying travel. Add a weather balloon and a GPS transmitter, and your iPhone or Go Pro camera will be ready to blast off and return with footage of the great beyond "
What's not included are the essentials: helium, weather balloon, GPS for GoPro, batteries, and an audio beacon. So it is not exactly a complete kit. Another downer is the photobombing committed by the rods/landing legs. Every photo has the black lines cutting into it:
The up side is that these are great tools for people who don't want to fashion their own housing for photos from the upper atmosphere, and you can partake in the fun for minimal funds. There is no price yet for the kit, but we assume that it'll be fairly inexpensive. It should at least be cheaper than $150 since you can build your own set-up for that amount. Here's how it works: