With both FAA Part 107 and 333 exemptions, our team provides drones, cameras, and experienced drone pilots for capturing stunning aerial images. We can take on any challenging shots safely and effectively. Our drones can be used in almost any location, even downtown St Louis allowing us to fly day or night. Our crew members have extensive experience in the motion picture and broadcast video field and have been utilizing drones for television and film production since 2014.
We will discuss flight paths, angles, height for your video project in advance of videotaping.
Our company specializes in professional High-Definition and Ultra-High Definition (4K), low-altitude UAS (unmanned aerial systems) quadcopter video and photos for many types of projects.
The possibilities are endless with drone flyovers producing incredible video and still photography. There is no end to the possibilities available with a video drone flyover.
Start by giving us a call and you can help us better determine what you need.
What Height do you want the video taken from? What Angle should the video be taken from? How long do you want your video to be?
Will you need your footage edited or just raw clips?
We adhere to all FAA guidelines. For safety and quality, we shoot with a two-man crew, and we are fully insured. Our flight specialists always keep visual contact with the drone, while our navigator guides and directs the shot.
We have been in the photography and video business since 1982. In the past we’ve shot traditional films with aerials, but since 2014 we have logged many thousands of hours with our aerial drones.
We fly with the Inspire Cinematography Drone, truly a professional aerial platform, with a smooth fluid motion gimbal. Even better we have the Zenmuse X-5 camera. Nice visual options with wonderful wide lens attachments. Worlds away from that fish-eye Phantom Look.
We shoot video at 4K, 4096 x 2150 in Ultra High Definition, much faster than normal HD at 1920 x 1080. Still photographs are jpg and raw dng images at 16 megapixel HD – High Definition and can be easily enlarged.
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Crew Chief