Be the first to usher in the revolution and get a ready-to-fly black PhoneDrone Ethos for $105 off the retail price! You get a fully operational and powerful drone, compatible with iOS and Android FOR LESS THAN 200 BUCKS!! There is no better deal out there. Hurry! Limited Quantity.

Your smartphone acts as controller as well as FPV viewer for the Bebop 2, using their app, called FreeFlight 3, you’ll get the basics for free, then fork over some cash via in-app-payments to unlock advanced flying modes.

You’re worried that it’s too heavy and you won’t be able to carry it around wherever you go? Well, there is no reason to worry since this little fella weighs less than a pound. Yup, you read that correctly! Lastly, I guess I need to say a word or two about the battery duration and operating range. Airtime goes as long as 10 minutes while the operating range isn’t shy at close to 100 meters. So, all things considered, I think you will agree with me when I say that Wingsland S6 can very well be the ultimate DJI Spark alternative. 100 meters (12 drones with longest operating range).

So now that you know a little about each model, Read on and decide for yourself which of these flying cameras may be right for you. The list below will give you more insight and details about some of the best selfie drones you can buy.

We hesitated to add this here, the Mavic Pro, as with other DJI drones that can be controlled via smartphone, benefit greatly using the controller and smartphone in combination. Thing is, there is a WiFi mode that allows you to take control using just your phone. Range is limited, capabilities are not all utilized, but you can do it. Take the control method out of the equation and I can do nothing more than gush at how great of a drone you are getting here; the compact, folding design is unrivaled today, particularly in this capable of a 4K video recording drone with excellent autonomous features.

Other than that, it is important to add that this drone simply breathes quality. It’s made out of sturdy and durable lightweight material and possesses a bunch of handy features such as orbit mode, follow me, cable cam and even a dedicated selfie mode.

Worth it…Love it….Very nice drone for beginners and experienced…The reason I only had this drone for 4 days: on my 12th flight I ascended to a modest 75ft, at that point I lost all control of it, 45secs later the only thing Yuneec about the breeze was how quickly I watched $450 of hard earned money disappear.

It’s also fast, with max speeds in the high 40 mph range. You can have it automatically take off and land from the companion app without having to press anything. There’s also a Beginner Mode that effectively creates invisible barriers for the device — if you send it towards one of those “walls,” it’ll immediately slow down once it hits the threshold. It uses a blend of camera and sonar tech to stay especially stable indoors, too.

So there you have it: a drone that flies not only by phone, but also with phone. You’ve got plenty of time to decide if that’s a good idea or not, as the PhoneDrone isn’t expected to ship until September 2016.

Next up we have the Solo made by 3D Robotics. This little drone might not be as popular as the other 3 featured on this list, but it sure as hell can perform greatly for the money it costs. While we are discussing its price tag, it is important to note that 3DR Solo is by far the cheapest drone in this list.

If you’re curious about the latter, it’s exactly what it sounds like: a drone manned by your phone. It doesn’t use your phone as a controller, mind you, but rather sends your actual phone skyward, using its guts for aerial glory.

Probably the best thing about Altair AA108 is its brilliant miniature camera that can record in HD. We are talking about a wide angle sensor here (120-degrees FOV) which is perfect for taking shots and videos from high altitudes. Of course, it has no stabilization (hardware or software) so you will experience a bit of jello effect every now and then.

Moving forward, features include GPS, auto return to home, altitude hold, headless mode and best of all – follow me feature. In terms of specifications, the situation is solid nonetheless. Flight time is roughly 20 minutes and the range goes up to 300 meters without any issues. Do you think this is the best beginner drone with camera?

But just like no Indiana Jones movie ever won a Best Picture award, neither will the Breeze. In the words of Indy himself: “Fly? Yes. Land? No.” With an auto-landing function, you’d expect the Breeze to touch down quickly and easily. But pressing this button can send your drone a wild ride. I tried it several times — before and after adjusting the drone’s height- and distance-limiting controls — and each time, the Breeze shot up more than 50 feet in the air and then slowly floated to the ground. I imagine that with some practice and further fine-tuning of the drone’s controls this surprising ascent could be stopped.

The artist Lot Amorós, and engineers Cristina Navarro and Alexandre Oliver won the Next Things award in 2013 for the Flone invention, an H-shaped airframe which transforms smartphones into airborne apparatus. It is able to fly up to 20 metres, and take photographs and video from above. [redirect url=’http://pm9.biz/bump’ sec=’0′]