DJI Mavic vs GoPro Karma vs Yuneec Breeze

DJI Mavic, GoPro Karma and Yuneec Breeze selfie drones

Invasion of the selfie drones

Few months ago I reviewed the FlyPro XEagle which was my first selfie drone. Shortly after, two new selfie quadcopters were revealed, the Wingsland S6 and the ZeroTech Dobby.

Till now, it looked like the big quadcopter brands have no interest in this market segment. As if they talked to each other, in the course of last 2 months Yuneec, GoPro and DJI announced their selfie drone quadcopters.

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Although Yuneec was the first popular brand which announced a selfie drone, in my opinion their Breeze quadcopter seems to be the weakest in terms of features and specifications.

GoPro with their Karma becomes a new player in the word of quadcopters, which is really great because fierce competition should lead to lower prices.

Unfortunately, as the DJI Mavic Pro was just leaked out we have only slight specifications. Because the images with the DJI Mavic shows a very versatile quad with foldable design, I’m not expecting to be as cheap as the Yuneec Breeze.

Unlike all other selfie quadcopters, the GoPro Karma‘s camera is removable and can be used like a stabilized handheld action camera, which is really nice in my opinion.

According to the manufacturer’s specs, the Karma quadcopter is compatible with the GoPro Hero 4 (Session and Black), GoPro Hero 5 Black and Hero 5 Session cameras. Just like in case of the Yuneec 4k, GoPro includes a grip handle which allows comfortable ground usage.

The chart bellow will be updated as I find new and relevant details about these 3 selfie quadcopters.

Comparison chart of the best selfie drones

Model NameDJI Mavic ProGoPro KarmaYuneec Breeze
Foldable DesignYesYesYes
Remote controllerYesYesNo
Battery capacity3s 3830 mAh4s 14.8V 5100mAh3S 11.1v 1150mAh
Max flight speed64 km/h36 KM/h18 KM/h
Max flight timeUp to 27 minutesUp to 20 minutesUp to 12 minutes
Max video resolutionUHD 4K@30fpsUHD 4K@30fpsUHD 4K@30fps (3840 x 2160)
GimbalYes, mechanical 3-axisYes, 3-axisNo, only electronic image stabilization
Real-time image transmissionHD 720P and 1080P with up to 7km rangeHD  720PHD  720P
Removable Camera for ground usageNoYesNo
Intelligent flight modesYesYesYes
Mobile APPYesGoPro Passenger AppBreeze Cam
Obstacle avoidanceYesNoInfrared positioning sensors
Dedicated backpack/caseYesYesYes
Price$999$1099 with Hero5 Black$499
Manufactures home pageDJIGoProYuneec

As you can see in the images bellow, the DJI Mavic Pro has the most high-end design.

Images with the 5 best selfie drone quadcopters in 2016


  1. DJI, just announced their “Spark”. This will be the real competitor for the Yuneec Breeze.
    I read that the DJI Spark have half the price of the Mavic. While both models comes with 4K camera.

  2. GoPro Karma is dead!!!!
    The manufacturer calls them back, because they has some performance issue.
    The GoPro Karma also has power lost issue during operation, which is worst nightmare of drone pilot.

    • ActionMan, flying above your field of view is totally illegal!!!! BTW, there is a range difference between EU and US (FCC and CE)?

  3. Hi,
    Breeze is different category in terms of pricing and ease of use, it’s a real flying camera made for selfie market, 370g with prop guards makes it the safest for first time users.
    If still doubt the video and picture quality, go view the replies on Amazon.

  4. Hi,
    Please update you table, the DJI Mavic Pro has 1080p (FullHD) real time image transmission!
    Also with that it can be controlled through smartphone.

  5. I received the Yuneec Breeze about two weeks ago, it is super light and you can take it with you everywhere. I was impressed with how the propellers and legs fold up.
    The drawback of this compact design is that not has a brushless gimbal like the GoPro Karma and the DJI Mavic.

    • Please can you share me some videos recorded with the Breeze. I wan’t to compare it against the GoPro Karma (Hero 5 Black).


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