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.

In terms of cost, I would be lying if I told you that you have to spend a lot of money on a good beginner’s drone. In fact, the story goes pretty much the exact opposite of the above-stated claim. Beginner friendly drones are usually those which just have easy controls and can take quite a beating. When it comes to their pricing, you probably won’t need to spend more than $200 on your best beginner drone 2017.

KIMON Mini Drone , It has about 12 minutes of flight time. Its Shoot images in 6 selfie modes including the paranormal. In this mode, it shoots photos while recording the background. Uncommon features include a 16 MP HD 4K GPS feature for creating a travel path.

You might ask yourself – but why should I buy an $800 drone as my first one? Well, despite its awfully high price, you will get a top-quality tech gadget that is actually ridiculously easy to control. Why is that so? Well, when compared to some of the cheaper drones (some of which have been actually featured in this list), the Q500 showed off incredible responsiveness and superior flying assistance, making it by far the most beginner-friendly drone on the market.

The point of this review page is to highlight the best drones available right now for the complete novice and advanced beginner. Each review here follows a simple and familiar format for easy reference.

Another cool thing about the DJI Spark, someone who never has used a drone before can fly it straight away. Within minutes of switching on the Spark you will be up and running, and taking dronies (drone selfies) with your hands.

As I’ve said at least a couple of times above, serious drones with cameras (not those petty toy-grade models) tend to have awesome operating range. It all depends on the price point though, but generally speaking, they really do. Just look at Bugs 2W below and you’ll realize what I’m talking about. HS300 perhaps isn’t the longest reaching camera drone out there and it doesn’t go near Bugs 2W. Despite that, it still has a decent operating range that clocks in at over 150 meters. Continuing in the same tone, Holy Stone HS300 weighs around 635 grams (1.4 pounds) and the majority of its weight is due to a hefty LiPo battery. More precisely, I am referring to the provided 2S 2000mAh LiPo pack. It’s great though – capable of giving around 10 to 12 minutes of flight time.

The downside is that those goggles aren’t very sharp, coming in at a meager 320×240 resolution. The built-in camera doesn’t have a wide field of view, either, and it’s not particularly vivid in displaying your surroundings. It also doesn’t capture video. Using the FPV function cuts the Nano’s battery life closer to 5 minutes, too, if not less.

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Then you hold the record button and Dobby will automatically pull up and away while recording a pull away selfie video for 10 seconds before automatically returning to you. With this quadcopter, you can also set timer shots and sequence photos so that it takes shots every so often. Dobby also has facial and target tracking so that you can select a target for the drone to focus on.

The great thing about DJI is that they have invested so much R&D into their drones, that they just keep getting better and better. And the great thing is that they keep integrating all of the best features into each new drones which come out.

The DJI Mavic Pro, for example, was the first highly-specced drone with foldable arms – it’s size actually goes down to not much larger than the size of a Coke can when folded. But, the foldable drone does not come at the expense of portability:

The Hubsan X4 RC Quadcopter is very easy to fly, ready to use right out of the box, and rechargeable through USB. The six-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity includes a four-channel digital proportional RC system for stable flying. The durable, lightweight drone offers four-way flips and has great camera quality with a 0.3 MP video recording module included.

The UDI U818A is a fun and easy beginner quadcopter with a camera. This is a good choice if you are looking for a toy-grade drone to shoot some video for fun, and the quality of the footage is not that important.

If getting your selfie drone started up, in the air, and positioned correctly is a long, drawn-out process, then it’s not the right one for you. Some selfie drones can perform basic functions and be controlled with just a smartphone and a few simple taps. Others come with an app that allows for fast editing and sharing. For example, with DJI GO 4, you can edit a selfie and share it to social media super quickly.

The ZeroTech Dobby Selfie Drone is an extremely interesting and fun drone to have, it has a good build quality that can take a few bumps and bruises gracefully, and despite not having an English manual the app is indeed in English and the controls in general are not that hard to grasp. The good thing about ZeroTech is the support and continued development of this great little quadcopter in the form of added features with each new firmware release. It is not always that you find a Chinese “toy” manufacturer giving support to their products.

Specialized Functions – The drone also has one key take-off & landing, 3D flips & rolls, High / Low-speed modes, LED lights, gravity sensors & gyroscope, camera reverse, 3D video, emergency-landing and lots of other functions.

We get a lot of comments here at Dronethusiast of people who are looking for drones for beginners. Before you upgrade to a professional level drone that captures amazing footage and performs professional maneuvers, it can be a good idea to practice with one of these cheap beginner drones that did not cost you nearly as much.

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As you can see from the image above, Altair AA108 has a miniature camera built into the tip of its nose. This is a well familiar design and there is nothing to add to it. As far as the camera itself is concerned, you are looking at a wide-angle lens (120-degrees to be more precise). Its maximum video resolution is 720p and it supports FPV too. Not a lot of distance on it though, around 20 meters. It’s enough for selfies… and you can’t really expect more from such a budget-friendly drone.

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Getting a drone that will suit all of your needs can be tricky, especially if that need is for selfies. But still, since this is an informative portal, I am going to help you with that. So, if you want to purchase a new selfie drone there are 3 things you should keep in mind:

1 Comment on “Selfie Drone With Gps”

  1. Bessie Miles says:

    One thing that upsets the novice is the short flight time of their new drone. It takes a lot of energy to fly these things, and that drains batteries fast. The longer the average flight time the better.

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