VIEW OUR DRONE SERVICE PRICES

We aim to make our pricing as clear and upfront as possible, so you know you are getting a fair deal, but also so you can control your own budget.

What we include

What we don't include

Let’s be honest nobody likes small print, so we’ve tried to keep our pricing clear and simple.

 

Our prices include standard UK mainland travel to get the drone to the location, in the air and working for the booking.

 

So this includes the drone itself, the camera and lenses, batteries, memory cards, any crew members booked and a director’s video link.

As you might imagine we can’t include costs that we simply can’t predict, such as charges from 3rd parties for use of their land or filming permits.

 

Although our prices include standard UK mainland travel, they don’t include additional expenses such as road tolls, ferry crossings, hotel accommodation or parking fees as and when required.

 

Any charges we occur as a result of the flight operations will be charged at cost.

Disclaimer

Although every effort has been made to make the prices on this website accurate, additional costs may be incurred on a job-by-job basis. As a result. We will only honour prices in official written quotations and therefore the prices on this web site should only be considered as a ‘guide’.

Why use our

‘Heavy Lift Drones’

Maximum camera movement:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as continuous 360° panning.

 

Multiple camera and lens options: *

If it fits the Ronin MX gimbal, then chances are we can fly it.

 

Remote focus options:

We can fit a remote focus control that can be operated during the full flight.

 

Safety and stability:

Our heavy lift drones feature multiple safety systems designed to keep them flying even in the event of a technical failure, making them our go to system for high risk environments and tasks.

view our services

get a quote

Our 'Heavy Lift Drones'

‘Big Bertha’ and ‘Big Arthur’ are our flagship pair of heavy lift drones for when a high end camera and result is needed.

 

Capable of lifting cinema grade equipment, such as Red Epics and Alexa Minis. You can use our own Canon 5Dmk4’s (c-log upgraded), our BMPC4K, or lift either your own equipment or even something hired in to fit your needs.

Our ‘Heavy Lift Drone’ rates

3-person crew:

Consisting of a pilot, gimbal operator and a focus puller.

 

2-person crew:

Pilot and gimbal operator only. (Our most popular service)

 

In house lenses available to use:

 

Canon:

16-35mm, f 2.8 (our choice)

50mm, f 1.4

100mm, f 2.8

Samyang:

14mm, T 3.1

24mm, T 1.5 (our choice)

35mm, T 1.5

50mm, T 1.5

85mm, T 1.5

 

£2,000

 

 

£1,600

*

 

**

Size and weight limitations apply, equipment is insured to a maximum value of £5,000 as standard. Please contact us for full details on this service.

The BMPC does not offer auto-focus, so it is advisable to either provide your own operator for the focus or upgrade to the 3-person crew.

Why use our ‘Conventional Drones’

Budget friendly:

More affordable for day to day jobs than our Heavy Lift option, but without sacrificing on steadiness or FHD / 4K resolution.

 

Our S900 drones:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as continuous 360° panning. Flight redundancy for high risk flights.

 

Our Inspire drones:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as ‘up to’ 360° panning.

 

Our Mavic drones:

A single operator drone with tilt control only. Great for small spaces, such as restricted indoor areas.

view our services

get a quote

Our 'Conventional Drones'

We have a range of drones to suit most project requirements, which are typically fitted with their own bespoke cameras, such as the DJI Inspire and Mavic.

 

The S900 drones are also able to be modified to carry bespoke payloads or our flood / spot light systems.

 

S900 - Panasonic GH4 (Micro 4/3)

Inspire 1 Pro - DJI X5 (Micro 4/3)

Mavic Pro - Standard camera

Our ‘Conventional Drone’ rates

3-person crews:

Pilot, gimbal operator and a focus puller. (DJI X5 camera only)

S900

Inspire

 

2-person crews:

Pilot and gimbal operator only.

S900

Inspire

 

1-person crews:

Pilot only.

S900

Inspire

Mavic

 

Flying lights:

S900 fitted with either a flood or spot light instead of the camera to turn night in to day. Rate includes Pilot only. *

 

Payload release:

S900 fitted with a payload release mechanism instead of the camera to deliver payloads up to 2kg in weight. Safety conditions apply, so please contact us to find out full details. Rate includes Pilot only. *

 

 

£1,600

£1,400

 

 

 

£1,200

£1,000

 

 

 

£850

£650

£500

 

 

£1,000

 

 

 

£1,000

*

If operating within 50m of a congested area or people and property NOT under the direct control of the pilot, then a 2-person crew may be required.

Why use our ‘FPV Drones’

Maximum speed and agility:

Our FPV drones are able to fly at more than twice the speed of conventional drones, as well as inverted and vertically to capture shots like never before.

 

Get close to the action:

Our FPV drones are more rugged than conventional drones, in fact they could probably win a bar fight against Chuck Norris, which means it’s safer to get closer to the action.

 

Indoors:

Our Cinewhoop drones are perfect for tight spaces, gaps and anywhere else you wouldn’t normally fly a drone, as their prop ducts actually allow us to safely bump the drone off its surroundings.

view our services

get a quote

Our 'FPV Drones'

Our FPV drones are our little speed demons, capable of in excess of 100mph, high speed vertical punches, diving sweeps and aerobatics.

 

We have a couple of different types of FPV drone to cover different uses, both using our GoPro 7 * or GoPro 8 * cameras:

 

Cinewhoops:

Our Cinewhoops are perfect for creating smooth flowing lines amongst obstacles to create unusual and unique lines.

 

Racing Quads:

Our Racing quads are perfect for when speed and agility is critical, such as chasing cars or motorbikes.

Our ‘FPV Drone’ rates

Cinewhoop crew:

Consisting of a pilot and ‘Competent Observer’. **

 

Racing Quad crew:

Consisting of a pilot and ‘Competent Observer’. **

 

£1,000

 

 

£1,000

*

**

Please note, these cameras do not have horizon stabilising gimbals, so footage is more ‘raw’.

Please note, a ‘Competent Observer’ is a Civil Aviation Authority imposed legal requirement for anyone conducting FPV or First Person View flying, as the Remote Pilot will no longer have Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) to the drone.

Why use our ‘Buggy Camera’

Maximum camera movement:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as continuous 360° panning.

 

Multiple camera and lens options: *

If it fits the Ronin MX gimbal, then chances are we can fly it.

 

Remote focus options:

We can fit a remote focus control that can be operated during the full flight.

 

Speed and stability:

Why run around or lay meters and meters of dolly track, when you can use a mobile gimbal to track around an object or even chase moving objects with ease.

view our services

get a quote

Our 'Buggy Camera'

Our buggy camera is the ultimate in flexible ground based camera movement, without the need for track.

 

Capable of carrying cinema grade equipment, such as Red Epics and Alexa Minis. You can use our own Canon 5Dmk4’s (c-log upgraded), our BMPC4K, or carry either your own equipment or even something hired in to fit your needs.

Our ‘Buggy Camera’ rates

3-person crew:

Consisting of a driver, gimbal operator and a focus puller.

 

2-person crew:

Driver and gimbal operator only. (Our most popular service)

 

In house lenses available to use:

 

Canon:

16-35mm, f 2.8 (our choice)

50mm, f 1.4

100mm, f 2.8

Samyang:

14mm, T 3.1

24mm, T 1.5 (our choice)

35mm, T 1.5

50mm, T 1.5

85mm, T 1.5

 

£1,600

 

 

£1,200

*

 

**

Size and weight limitations apply, equipment is insured to a maximum value of £5,000 as standard. Please contact us for full details on this service.

The BMPC does not offer auto-focus, so it is advisable to either provide your own operator for the focus or upgrade to the 3-person crew.

Potential small print

Below is a list of potential costs that aren’t included with our standard flight operations, but can be predicted.

 

IF any of these items are required, we will always let you know in advance as part of our formal quotation process:

Recce:

A pre-shoot location visit to assess safety and plan a shoot if required. A daylight hours recce is compulsory ahead of any planned night flight operations. Price is per site, though multiple local sites may be combinable.

 

Pilot Hire:

Hire one of our extremely talented and licensed pilots on their own to fly your own equipment for you. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Filming crew:

From time to time we may need extra filming crew members to perform specific tasks, such as focus pulling or operating additional ground cameras. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Ground crew:

From time to time we may need extra ground crew members to perform specific tasks, such as additional safety marshals on high risk jobs. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

£300

Night flying:

Applied to jobs between 8pm and 6am we charge an unsociable hours fee. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Overtime:

Applied to jobs where a given job exceeds our standard 10 hour day rate period. Price is per crew member / per hour.

 

Per diem:

On jobs beyond 10 hours in duration we charge a per diem to cover food and drink if it is not provided. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

VAT:

At this time we are not VAT registered and our prices are not subject to additional VAT.

 

£150

 

 

 

£50

 

 

 

£35

 

 

 

 

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VIEW OUR DRONE SERVICE PRICES

What we include

What we don't include

Disclaimer

Why use our

'Heavy Lift Drones'

Our 'Heavy Lift Drones'

Our 'Heavy Lift Drone' rates

 

£2,000

 

 

 

£1,600

Why use our

'Conventional Drones'

Our 'Conventional Drones'

Our 'Conventional Drone' rates

 

 

 

£1,600

£1,400

 

 

 

£1,200

£1,000

 

 

 

£850

£650

£500

 

 

£1,000

 

 

 

 

£1,000

Why use our 'FPV Drones'

Our 'FPV Drones'

Our 'FPV Drone' rates

*

 

**

Why use our

'Buggy Camera'

Our 'Buggy Camera'

Our 'Buggy Camera' rates

 

£1,600

 

 

 

£1,200

Potential small print

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

£300

 

£150

 

 

 

 

£50

 

 

 

 

£35

 

 

 

 

NA

Connect with us

*

 

 

**

 

 

 

 

£1,600

£1,400

 

 

 

£1,200

£1,000

 

 

 

£850

£650

£500

 

 

£1,000

 

 

 

 

 

£1,000

 

£1,000

 

 

 

£1,000

*

 

 

**

Potential small print

Below is a list of potential costs that aren’t included with our standard flight operations, but can be predicted.

 

IF any of these items are required, we will always let you know in advance as part of our formal quotation process:

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£300

 

£150

 

 

 

 

 

£50

 

 

 

 

 

£35

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What we include

Let’s be honest nobody likes small print, so we’ve tried to keep our pricing clear and simple.

 

Our prices include standard UK mainland travel to get the drone to the location, in the air and working for the booking.

 

So this includes the drone itself, the camera and lenses, batteries, memory cards, any crew members booked and a director’s video link.

What we don't include

As you might imagine we can’t include costs that we simply can’t predict, such as charges from 3rd parties for use of their land or filming permits.

 

Although our prices include standard UK mainland travel, they don’t include additional expenses such as road tolls, ferry crossings, hotel accommodation or parking fees as and when required.

 

Any charges we occur as a result of the flight operations will be charged at cost.

Disclaimer

Although every effort has been made to make the prices on this website accurate, additional costs may be incurred on a job-by-job basis. As a result. We will only honour prices in official written quotations and therefore the prices on this web site should only be considered as a ‘guide’.

Our 'Heavy Lift Drones'

‘Big Bertha’ and ‘Big Arthur’ are our flagship pair of heavy lift drones for when a high end camera and result is needed.

 

Capable of lifting cinema grade equipment, such as Red Epics and Alexa Minis. You can use our own Canon 5Dmk4’s (c-log upgraded), our BMPC4K, or lift either your own equipment or even something hired in to fit your needs.

Why use our

'Heavy Lift Drones'

Maximum camera movement:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as continuous 360° panning.

 

Multiple camera and lens options: *

If it fits the Ronin MX gimbal, then chances are we can fly it.

 

Remote focus options:

We can fit a remote focus control that can be operated during the full flight.

 

Safety and stability:

Our heavy lift drones feature multiple safety systems designed to keep them flying even in the event of a technical failure, making them our go to system for high risk environments and tasks.

Our 'Heavy Lift Drone' rates

Our 'Conventional Drones'

We have a range of drones to suit most project requirements, which are typically fitted with their own bespoke cameras, such as the DJI Inspire and Mavic.

 

The S900 drones are also able to be modified to carry bespoke payloads or our flood / spot light systems.

 

S900 - Panasonic GH4 (Micro 4/3)

Inspire 1 Pro - DJI X5 (Micro 4/3)

Mavic Pro - Standard camera

Why use our 'Conventional Drones'

Budget friendly:

More affordable for day to day jobs than our Heavy Lift option, but without sacrificing on steadiness or FHD / 4K resolution.

 

Our S900 drones:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as continuous 360° panning. Flight redundancy for high risk flights.

 

Our Inspire drones:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as ‘up to’ 360° panning.

 

Our Mavic drones:

A single operator drone with tilt control only. Great for small spaces, such as restricted indoor areas.

Our 'Conventional Drone' rates

Our FPV drones are our little speed demons, capable of in excess of 100mph, high speed vertical punches, diving sweeps and aerobatics.

 

We have a couple of different types of FPV drone to cover different uses, both using our GoPro 7 * or GoPro 8 * cameras:

 

Cinewhoops:

Our Cinewhoops are perfect for creating smooth flowing lines amongst obstacles to create unusual and unique lines.

 

Racing Quads:

Our Racing quads are perfect for when speed and agility is critical, such as chasing cars or motorbikes.

Why use our 'FPV Drones'

Maximum speed and agility:

Our FPV drones are able to fly at more than twice the speed of conventional drones, as well as inverted and vertically to capture shots like never before.

 

Get close to the action:

Our FPV drones are more rugged than conventional drones, in fact they could probably win a bar fight against Chuck Norris, which means it’s safer to get closer to the action.

 

Indoors:

Our Cinewhoop drones are perfect for tight spaces, gaps and anywhere else you wouldn’t normally fly a drone, as their prop ducts actually allow us to safely bump the drone off its surroundings.

Our 'FPV Drone' rates

Our 'Buggy Camera'

Our buggy camera is the ultimate in flexible ground based camera movement, without the need for track.

 

Capable of carrying cinema grade equipment, such as Red Epics and Alexa Minis. You can use our own Canon 5Dmk4’s (c-log upgraded), our BMPC4K, or carry either your own equipment or even something hired in to fit your needs.

Why use our 'Buggy Camera'

Maximum camera movement:

Remote control over each axis, allowing for smooth control of tilt and roll, as well as continuous 360° panning.

 

Multiple camera and lens options: *

If it fits the Ronin MX gimbal, then chances are we can fly it.

 

Remote focus options:

We can fit a remote focus control that can be operated during the full flight.

 

Speed and stability:

Why run around or lay meters and meters of dolly track, when you can use a mobile gimbal to track around an object or even chase moving objects with ease.

Our 'Buggy Camera' rates

 

£1,600

 

 

£1,200

*

 

**

Recce:

A pre-shoot location visit to assess safety and plan a shoot if required. A daylight hours recce is compulsory ahead of any planned night flight operations. Price is per site, though multiple local sites may be combinable.

 

Pilot Hire:

Hire one of our extremely talented and licensed pilots on their own to fly your own equipment for you. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Filming crew:

From time to time we may need extra filming crew members to perform specific tasks, such as focus pulling or operating additional ground cameras. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Ground crew:

From time to time we may need extra ground crew members to perform specific tasks, such as additional safety marshals on high risk jobs. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Night flying:

Applied to jobs between 8pm and 6am we charge an unsociable hours fee. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

Overtime:

Applied to jobs where a given job exceeds our standard 10 hour day rate period. Price is per crew member / per hour.

 

Per diem:

On jobs beyond 10 hours in duration we charge a per diem to cover food and drink if it is not provided. Price is per crew member / per day.

 

VAT:

At this time we are not VAT registered and our prices are not subject to additional VAT.

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

£150

 

 

 

£50

 

 

 

 

£35

 

 

 

 

NA

Our 'FPV Drones'

VIEW OUR DRONE SERVICE PRICES

What we include

What we don't include

Disclaimer

Our 'Heavy Lift Drones'

Why use our

'Heavy Lift Drones'

Our 'Heavy Lift Drone' rates

Our 'Conventional Drones'

Why use our 'Conventional Drones'

Our 'Conventional Drone' rates

Why use our 'FPV Drones'

Our 'FPV Drone' rates

Our 'Buggy Camera'

Why use our 'Buggy Camera'

Our 'Buggy Camera' rates

 

£1,600

 

 

 

£1,200

*

 

 

**

Potential small print

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

 

£150

 

 

 

 

£50

 

 

 

 

 

£35

 

 

 

 

 

NA

Connect with us

Our 'FPV Drones'

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£150

 

 

 

 

 

£50

 

 

 

 

 

£35

 

 

 

 

 

 

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