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  • On Aug 7, 2023
    Alejandro from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, I have a insta360 selfie-stick and would like to know if I can take it to the park. One rule says no selfie-stick. But another says tripods that extends no more than 6 ft are Ok. Mine is a tripod also that extends to 42 inches. Would it be allowed?

    Hello there, Alejandro,

    Welcome back to planDisney. I’m glad you are planning to capture the memories you will be making when you visit the Disneyland Resort. We love to get as many photos as we can of all the little details throughout the parks and our fun times together.

    I’m glad you are thinking ahead to make sure everything is “practically perfect in every way” before you travel to The Happiest Place on Earth. According to the Disneyland Resort property rules, selfie sticks and handheld extension poles for cameras and phones are not allowed. I see that the Insta360 Selfie Stick is a type of dual-use device. So, although the device might appear to be permitted when operated as a tripod, the Security Cast Members would likely deny the device due to its apparent primary mode of operation as a selfie stick. If you have an alternate tripod or similar device, I recommend using that instead. I like to take my small mobile phone tripod. Since it doesn’t extend, I haven’t had any issues bringing it with me into the parks.

    I’m sorry that may not be the news you were hoping to hear. To help preserve as much of your time as possible to enjoy the magic of the Disneyland Resort, I think it would be better to avoid the likely inconvenience of a trip back to your vehicle to store the device.

    Tony’s Tip: Have you heard that digital downloads of all attraction photos are now complimentary at the Disneyland Resort? I like to use my mobile phone to take a photo of the board outside the attraction. Then, I tap and hold the photo ID in the image to copy the code to my phone’s clipboard. In the Disneyland mobile app, I use the ‘+’ button at the bottom of the screen to reveal the “Link PhotoPass Photos” menu item which will take me to where I can paste the ID in the “Link Attraction Photo” section. Be sure to download your photos before they expire!

    Thanks for stopping by planDisney, Alejandro. If we can help in any other way as you plan your visits to the Disneyland Resort, we’d love to hear from you again soon.

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