Camera pole shoots

Hi spec, remote controlled camera and carbon fibre 10m telescopic pole means restricted airspace and lofty interiors are no longer a problem. Ensure your space is viewed from the best vantage point. 

 

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Canary Wharf Rooftop Panorama

With all the necessary filming equipment, we climbed the access ladders of twelve floors to the reach a vantage point overlooking Canary Wharf. A Camera pole was then used to gain a filming height of nearly 100m above ground level. This is one way Aerial Film and Photo achieve stunning footage in locations where drones, for security reasons, are not permitted.

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Geneva Airport Photography in Restricted Airspace

We are amongst the few UK companies to hold airside clearance for a number of airports. When it comes to filming airports that do not allow the use of drones, we utilise the Camera Pole to gain the height and perspective needed to get the shot.

Clients include: Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, Birmingham, London Biggin Hill, Farnborough and Geneva airports.

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SWS Limited Access Photography

During filming at Heathrow Airport we gained access and climbed up a neighbouring gas factory when wind and visibility conditions meant a change in the aircraft flight path, therefore we could not operate the drone. By carrying the Camera Pole for back up it enabled us to achieve stunning shots for the client when unforeseen circumstances interrupt film plans.