Founded in 2014 XcopterImages. is an aerial and ground photography and videography company based in the South of England. We film for you using state of the art drones – or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to give them their proper title – and the highest spec gyro-stabilized 4K Ultra HD cameras to obtain stunning aerial and ground imagery.
Take a moment to think how a view from above could enhance your business or event or by using our drones to get to those high or hard to reach places reducing the need of putting staff at risk working at heights and keeping costs down when surveying. When you book us you know you will be in the hands of a team of professionals who have a proven track record of undertaking full safety and risk assessments both prior and on site, this works to ensure your project is conducted both safely and as expeditiously as possible working to ensure we maximise our flying time to achieve the best outcome for you. We work in the UK and Spain and have full public liability insurance to the value of £5m however this can be increased should your project require this.
3D virtual tours
Structural exams architecture
I engaged Xcopterimages for a series of videos including many obtained by their dr.ones. The purpose being as a publicity video for our small community in rural Spain
They were totally supportive of all my requests and ensured that they legally obtained all the footage I needed and gave us complete editorial control.
There finished product was just what we wanted and can be viewed at
I have every reason to recommend this company for any such project.
- james simpson , 21-11-2018
We recently engaged XCopterimages to film a sequence for a TV series in
central London. Steve and the teams service from engagement to delivery was absolutely first class, particularly given the location and flight restrictions.
The footage is exceptional, and we look forward to editing it in to the pilot episode in the coming weeks. Would not hesitate to use them again or recommend them. Great job.
- Glen Stewart , 21-11-2018