Updated January 28, 2019 by Lydia Chipman

The 10 Best Selfie Drones

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This wiki has been updated 7 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Gone are the days when you had to entrust your precious photography equipment to passing strangers anytime you wanted to capture a self portrait. For a modest investment, these HD-camera-equipped drones can be maneuvered into position to snap all the selfies you like, or even take action shots with the addition of active subject-tracking technology. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best selfie drone on Amazon.

10. DJI Tello

9. Yuneec Mantis Q

8. Eachine E58

7. DJI Spark

6. UDI U34W Dragonfly

5. Autel Robotics EVO

4. Holy Stone HS220

3. Drocon Ninja

2. GoolRC T700

1. DJI Mavic Air

Editor's Notes

January 25, 2019:

Drone technology is a natural fit to elevate the art of taking selfies to a whole new level. With advanced navigational technology and high-tech imaging options, amateur photographers can produce professional-looking results on a pretty modest budget. We've also included some entry-level options that won't make you sweat when you're new to the controls, or if the kids use it to show off for their friends.

Lydia Chipman
Last updated on January 28, 2019 by Lydia Chipman

An itinerant wordsmith with a broad constellation of interests, Lydia Chipman has turned iconoclasm into a livelihood of sorts. Bearing the scars and stripes of an uncommon diversity of experience -- with the notable exceptions of joining a religious order or becoming an artist -- she still can’t resist the temptation to learn something new. Lydia holds a master of arts in English from Georgia Southern University, and a bachelor of arts cum laude in integrative studies from Clayton College. Her expertise is in the areas of robotics, electronics, toys, and outdoors and computer equipment.

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