Drone Camera

Get the equipment for aerial shots

Aerial shots constitute a very significant part of film making. Whether as stills or videos, filmmakers find themselves in need of these shots once in a while. In order to capture these aerial shots, you will need drone cameras. Fortunately, there are companies that specialise in this in Melbourne, and some are affiliated with MCCS.

Aerial Camera Systems is one such company. It was established by Peter Allwork in 1979 and specialises in providing the film and television industry with cutting-edge aerial cinematographic equipment. The company has become a specialist in this field over time as client demand and the company quest to provide a unique service continues to push to new heights. It is now a globally recognised company in the field of camera supply.

Today, it offers top-notch equipment and experienced personnel to cover various high profile events such as international and national sporting events, top films and television dramas, entertainment events, and lots more.

It possesses an all-round experience covering multiple projects in different areas, and this has further enabled the company to give its clients the kind of services they require.

Aerial Camera Systems is a service-led company committed to innovation and excellence in the provision of specialised camera systems and facilities that are at the forefront of technology.

The company continuously improve and update its camera systems and facilities along with its operational and service processes to keep up to date with the ever-changing demands of the Film and Video industries.

From the awards presented to a number of feature films in the 1980s and 1990s, such as ‘Out of Africa’, to the recognition given for its dynamic coverage provided in the fast-moving world of televised sport and rock n’ roll concerts, ACS has continued to work at the leading edge of specialist camera provision of which these accolades are a reflection of these achievements.

In 1999, the ACS team saw its tally of awards increase further, including the Royal Television Society Award for product innovation in televised sport (CAMCAT for Channel 4 Racing at Cheltenham), the BAFTA received by Channel 4 for its coverage of the Epsom Derby 1998 and the EMMY awarded to Matthew Allwork for his Wirecam camera operating on the Janet Jackson concert in Madison Square Garden.

In 2000 Matthew Allwork was awarded an EMMY for his work on the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and similarly, Dave Manton and Dave Whitlock were awarded Emmys for their work on the NBC coverage of the Athens 2004 Olympics.

If you are in need of high-quality drone cameras for any purpose that you might have in mind, this company is an ideal place to try out, and we are always happy to connect you with them. The right drone camera to create the perfect aerial shot does justice to any scene.