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As ACS’ largest aerial project to date was finishing at the World Cup in Brazil, preparations were underway for the year’s major delivery of specialist cameras for Commonwealth Games’ host broadcaster SVGTV.
Our in house Aerial Unit have now all returned back from Brazil after a successful delivery of all aerial coverage for this year's FIFA World Cup.
Our crews were out on the Thames at the weekend for the Boat Race, operating our stabilised mounts on the chase and umpire's boats as well as providing aerial coverage of Oxford's win. Meanwhile....further north ACS crew were delivering specialist c
We're back at Wimbledon this year with a new addition to our provision. Positioned at the back of Henman Hill our track system is capturing shots of the crowds watching the day's action. Other ACS specialist camera systems are on-site to deliv
ACS began 2013 delivering aerials of the New Year Firework celebration at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and ended the year with the aerial unit supplying seven systems and crew for coverage of Dubai’s world record breaking Firework display to see in 201
SKY Sports coverage of the Super League Grand Final from Old Trafford had a new rig this weekend in the form of a 3D flown railcam system.
ACS award winning operator, Simon Werry, has just returned after two months in the Antarctic filming, Tears of the Antarctic for MBC. Operating the HD Cineflex V14 attached to a Unimount bracket, Simon was at sea for six weeks cap
Following on from the successful coverage of commemorative services and events including last year’s Royal Wedding, ACS was chosen by BBC Events to help provide specialist camera facilities for the Jubilee with planning beginning late last year.
ACS has delivered one of its largest aerial filming projects, providing all aerial coverage of the UEFA Euro 2012 tournament.
Our new tracking vehicle provided coverage for Channel 4 at the Cheltenham Festival. Six weeks in development this specially adapted Landrover Discovery is the latest addition to ACS’ fleet of tracking vehicles.