Flying Cameras Systems is featured on the Channel 5 television FAQ program, showing how the unique aerial photography system can be used for a wide variety of applications.
As seen on TV Channel 5
The new weir has been designed to give greater protection against flooding to more than 740 homes. Flying over water requires you to have the best quality equipment.
Thames to Shepperton Weir B re-construction Edmund-Nuttall Ltd
Shot building from 5 angles so as to give comprehensive coverage of progress made.
Deb Ltd Recently completed 2nd phase photography of new production facilities being built
Eton College required a range of photographs for it’s new web site. FCS was contacted, due to the site being located in the flight path to Heathrow airport. This difficult location meant it was virtually impossible to use a full size helicopter for the task, but our system handled the request effortlessly.
Eton College Windsor Berkshire
Proctor & Gamble, again sited close to Heathrow, P&G wanted to present a retiring member of staff with a photograph of the area where he had spent most of his working life. An aerial photograph carried far more visual impact and was very well received.
Proctor & Gamble
Addictive TV required video footage for a Channel Four production. We were asked to provide fast flying shots at low level over a cornfield. This would have been impossible to film using traditional aircraft, but our team obtained the required shots using the Flying Camera Systems miniature helicopter.
Addictive TV a Channel Four production
Boots/Glaxo needed footage for a road show they were producing, with the purpose of highlighting the dangers of asthma in children. The camera needed to 'fly' at low level around the young actors in the production. FCS provided the necessary expertise and equipment to accomplish this shot safely.
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