Aerial Camera Systems - Aerial Unit
- Helicopter Types
- AS 350 Ecureuil (Eurocopter Group)
- AS 355 Ecureuil (Eurocopter Group)
- Bell 206 (Bell)
- Bell 407 (Bell)
- EASA approved Nose Mount Brackets
- Stabilisation System
- Cineflex V14HD (Axsys Technologies)
- F1 (Shotover)
- HDC-1500 (Sony)
- HDC-2500 (Sony)
- HD Formats
- Digi Power (Fujinon)
- AJ-HD 1400 (Panasonic)
- AJ-HPG20 (Panasonic)
- HDW-S280 (Sony)
ACS’ longstanding history within the aerial filming world continues to grow and our dedicated in-house aerial unit co-ordinates and films aerial projects world-wide.
Since its creation over thirty five years ago, capability and capacity have increased to position ACS as worldwide leaders with the ability to manage large and small scale events with dedication, skill and a vast amount of knowledge. Our extensive experience includes projects of all shapes and sizes, from a two hour shoot over London to the co-ordination of over 300 hours flying time in six helicopters in two countries for Euro 2012 and all aerial coverage for the 2016 Rio Olympics, 2012 London Olympics and 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Whether filming live coverage of sports events or filming with Disney in the Masai Mara, we’re specialists in the field. In 2016 the unit delivered the first ever live UHD aerials at the UEFA Euros.
In addition to helicopter aerial work the Unit now offer the option of UAV filming with the Inspire 2 fitted with a Zenmuse X5S camera. Our team hold a PfCO (Permit for Commerical Operations) from the Civil Aviation Authority, this enables them to react quickly and fly at short notice for any shoot day or night, requiring no flying permissions in most areas.
- Full HD Helikit supplied including HD Operating, Waveform and Producer/Pilot Reference Monitors
- Range of HD Helicopter Downlink Options available
- Rance of COMMS Systems available