If you were stranded on an Island, what would you bring? Well…. we’d bring a drone! Filming on Islands with restricted access and temperamental climates can present some difficulties, however with our drone systems fully equipped to travel, we can go almost anywhere and be airborne within minutes. So if it starts to rain, we simply bring our system down and wait for it to pass or jump into transport and move behind or further ahead of the storm. Whilst on location, we have access to specialised meteorological information which ensures the shoot time is fully optimised. So always remember Islands and drones are a perfect solution to achieving some spectacular shots. Check out some recent shots below of some filming at Lundy Island and Faroe Island for a BBC programme to be aired later on in the year. Lundy Island Travel Lundy Statue Faroe Islands

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