Drone Filming & Photography up to 10m! We have some exciting news… you are probably aware we are always looking for new ways to enhance our offering to you and our operations team have been busy over the last few months liasing with the Civil Aviation Authority to do just that. I’m pleased to announce that we have an agreed reduced operational safety case for drone filming use in congested areas. What does this mean to you? Well, in simple terms it means we can now get you even closer to get your shot in congested areas, up to 10m depending on location. We have been successfully providing drone filming and aerial photography in congested areas for a number of years, have a 100% safety record and we are 1st option approved. This together with a long standing relationship with the Civil Aviation Authority has enabled us to offer you this great added benefit to our aerial filming service. This opens up possibilities, increases location options and brings us closer to the action without the need to apply for one-off special permissions, so we can get you the shot much quicker. If you’d like to discuss this further or if you have any shoots coming up you’d like us to look at, please us a shout. 0208 166 9712

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