For years we have been filming aerials around the world in places as far flung as Tanzania, Namibia, Argentina, Canada, Indonesia and Brazil. Today aerial photography and cinematography are specialties of ours. Wild Images has been intrinsically involved in the development and field testing of a number of high definition gyro-stabilized aerial camera systems.
Our new flagship system features 5 axis stabilization and quick attachment to light aircraft or helicopters anywhere in the world. Click here for full Tech specs.
Developed entirely for use on fixed wing aircraft this four axis gyro-stabilized housing is compatible with almost any broadcast Camcorders.Click here for full Tech specs.
(as seen on BBC’s ‘Planet Earth’ series), based in Cape Town, South Africa, is the aerial camera platform of choice when filming more difficult subjects.The Rolls Royce of systems, and with its 42x zoom lens the obvious choice if you want to zoom in so close you can read the detail on the dollar bills! Click here for full Tech specs.
- Flying with Condors – Argentina (ZDF, BBC and NHK)
- Planet Carnivore – Savannah – Tanzania (National Geographic Television)
- Search for the Coast Wolves Canada (ZDF and Animal Planet)
- Bruce Parry’s “Amazon” six part series Brazil and Peru (BBC and Indus Films)
- Living in the Canopy – Gabon (BBC and Indus Films)
- Running with Wolves – Canada (Smithsonian Networks, ORF, NDR, Animal Planet International)
- Cheetah Diaries – South Africa (eTv)
- FIFA 2010 “City Profiles” for the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup – South Africa
- Banded Brothers – Uganda (BBC)
- Wild Africa – Uganda (BBC)
- Baboons – South Africa (Marco Polo Films)
- Shark Nights – South Africa (Off the Fence)
- Beauty and the Beast – South Africa (Bavarian TV)
- White Lions – South Africa (Table Mountain Films)
- Earth Flight – South Africa (John Downer Productions)
- Wild Case Files – Namibia (Tigress Productions)
- “Planet Earth Live” 2012 BBC – Kenya