Photo + Video

Photo + Video

Video content is the best way of promoting your brand and communicating your message to clients, customers, and investors. By filming footage with handheld cameras, aerial and aquatic drones, we literally change the point of view and we’re able to capture stunning and innovative images at much lower price and with less logistics involved than when using helicopters or boats.

Our DJI Mavic 2 Pro with its Hasselblad camera is capable of delivering footage shot in 4K resolution at the industry standard of 30 frames per second in DLog-M format that will rival some of the most expensive and considerably bigger cameras. We are one of the very few companies across the world offering the possibility of filming in widescreen 2.40:1 anamorphic format with the DJI Mavic 2 Pro, which adds even more to its cinematic nature, as allows to fit more content horizontally, plus it gives the traditional black bars on top and bottom of the image without having to crop or overlay them. You can watch a short promo here.

Something quite unique that we offer is aquatic filming with our submarine drone, especially oriented to sport brands, yacht manufacturers or distributors, including any company that wants to add some very special video content to their repertoire.

For those who want the ultimate quality footage and prefer using specific cameras, like RED, Blackmagic, Arri, Sony or Canon, we have the DJI Matrice 600 available. This is the most popular drones used in most modern TV and film productions. If you prefer us to use the DJI Matrice 210 RTK v2, we produce content in LOG format, CinemaDNG and even Apple ProRes.

Resolution, format, and frame rate are dependent on the camera choice. We also provide a comprehensive colour grading and video editing package, to ensure that the end result is true to your brand specifications.

We only use the very best equipment from brands like Sony, Zeiss, Hasselblad, Blackmagic, Phase One, Rotolight, Manfrotto, RØDE, DJI, and Freefly, among others.

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