Drone Filming and Hire Services in Oxford

A drone production company to help you take to the sky.

Drone filming Oxford

Based in Oxford, but filming throughout the UK, Bounce Video specialises in drone filming services. Aerial filming is a great way to showcase what your business has to offer. You can create a video filmed exclusively with drones or intersperse amazing aerial visuals into your film to make it really stand out. Drone shots can also be filmed indoors.

A fully licenced drone team

At Bounce we use a dual operated 4K drone to achieve the highest quality cinematic footage. Our drone pilot has worked on aerial projects across the globe and is the lead pilot on Bear Grylls’ TV series. Our drone operator has over 10 years’ broadcast experience. We are fully insured and licenced by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and can gain permissions on your behalf to film in most locations.

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The latest drone hire technology

We like to use the latest equipment on our shoots. Our clients are currently being offered the dual controlled DJI Inspire 2 drone with the X7 cinema package. It goes from 0 – 50mph in just 5 seconds and shoots up to 6K raw video from a 360° rotating gimbal mount. The drone has a 20 minute flight time and comes with custom lenses. We can also employ other cameras to meet your aerial filming requirements.

When we asked Bounce for a drone pilot we were delivered the perfect fit. Having flying experience and owning an Aspire 2 ourselves, the recommendation of a local pilot made things so much easier. Bounce had all the permits and licensing and the pilot was a talented operator. We would certainly hire Bounce again for all of our European drone shots.

Jock Petersen, Eastgate Creative, Los Angeles

Let us help you

If you are looking for a video team to help you create an effective promotional film, give Bounce a call 01865 428890 or send us an email.

Drone filming – tips

Open and close your video with aerial drone shots – to bring your audience in and out of a location.

Schedule a plan B weather day – drones can’t fly in the rain and shots look best in the sunshine.

Film at the ‘golden hour’ – shoot first thing in the morning or close to sunset for beautiful long shadows and warm light.