We begin with a clip from Bloomberg News explaining just what a dronie is and looking at a piece of hardware for the task:
See the $1,300 Drone That Can Take Your ‘Dronie’ Selfies
Bloomberg Businessweek’s Brad Stone tries out the $1,300 drone that can take your picture.
Now on to the dronies, which you can find in growing numbers of YouTube, Vimeo, and other video posting sites.
First up, from Scandinavian vlogger Olli Huttunen:
Dronie for my mother 70th birthday
This dronie is for my mother. She had her 70th birthday and we where celebrating that with my brother and my sister and their families. Nice group!
Next on to the Eternal city with the Alvin Ang:
Dronie at the Colosseum
A dronie taken during our holiday at the Colosseum. Thank God for a safe flight and safe flying conditions :)
No birds were harmed during the taking of this video. Just some curious birds that kept flying round the craft :)
And from Scotland [soon to be independent, or not], via vlogger NadTob:
Dronie Kilchurn Castle (from the air)
Dronie @ Kilchurn Castle, Scotland. We used the beautiful scenery of the Kilchurn Castle in Scotland to take a video shot from above.
Another ruin dronie, this time in the United Arab Emirates from vlogger Kim Marc Krüger:
Dhayah Fort #Dronie
First #dronie with a P2V+ at Dhayah Fort in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
And from E.T. Phoned Home:
Dronie at Piedmont Park in Atlanta Georgia
This was our first attempt at a Dronie. The dronie was taken at Piedmont Park in Atlanta Georgia.
Next, a Texas dronie from Steve Behen:
Dronies in the Hood
Mckinney Texas Dronie with a Sunset.
To close, from vlogger Daniel C:
Moms Backyard Dronie
July 4, 2014 Backyard Dronie