DRONEBOIS Creative has traveled the globe working on projects ranging from: closed-set filming, to live-event streaming, stock footage acquisition and more.
Our triple threat is bringing ideas, problem-solving and experience to the table when it matters most. Whether a global brand, in-house creative team or local agency - we would love to explore ways to incorporate aerials on your next creative project.
6K RAW VIDEO
Equipped with an uprated Micro 4/3 sensor (12.8 stops dynamic range), we are able to support standard M4/3 lenses with focal lengths ranging from 9mm-45mm(equivalent to 18mm-90mm on a 35mm camera).
APPLE PRORES & CINEMA DNG SUPPORT
Apple ProRes 422 HQ and Apple ProRes 4444 XQ support.
5280x2972 23.976 / 24 / 25 / 29.97p, up to 4.2Gps. 4K at 60fps.
HDMI + SDI-outputs (for livestreaming and video transmission), as well as long-range camera and focus control.
It takes a lot of time, practice and rapport to build a solid dual-op aerial team. We vouch to always put safety and responsibility first.
FILMING + MOTION
EVENTS + CONCERTS
LET'S GET CREATIVE
CREATIVE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
As a customer, do I need to file any permits or paperwork with the FAA?
No you do not. We obtain all licenses, permits, and permissions as required through the FAA and/or local jurisdictions. Special permissions can sometimes take 2-3 weeks to be granted.
What kind of commercial/liability insurance do you carry?
We carry $5 million CGL specific to drone based aerial data collection. We are able to add companies as “additionally insured” as required.
Do you charge hourly, monthly or per project?
We typically charge a per-hour rate. However, we will offer a day-rate for those jobs that require multiple hours, and will offer a per-project rate for those jobs that require multiple days.
Do you charge for post-processing and/or editing?
We can provide editing, color correction and grading for the footage we shoot. If necessary, all post-processing and editing fees are quoted beforehand.
What are the limitations when it comes to rain, snow, and wind?
Each drone has specific environmental limitations; these vary from -4°F to +110°F and winds up to 30mp/h. As always, the better the weather, the better and safer the flight will be. Our units are rated at IP43 certification - therefore we can fly in light to moderate rain, snow and precipitation.
How close can you fly to assets, buildings, and people?
FAA guidelines requires us to stay 150 feet away from any building, vehicle, or person(s) not associated with the approved Flight Certification. Those who are briefed on the operation and specifically involved with it can be within a 30 foot radius.
Can you fly at night?
We currently have special approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for night flights.
Can you fly indoors?
Yes we can, although we need a minimum of 40’ X 40’ with 12’ minimum ceiling height in order to do this safely and effectively. Our new drone technology has both upward and downward facing sensors that assist with flight control in indoor environments. These sensors give us close to the same degree of flight accuracy and control that we get using GPS outdoors.
Where are you located, and what areas do you service?
We are based in Oklahoma City, OK with field offices spread throughout the country. Additionally, we have international partnerships in place should you require drone operations in a different country.
How do I receive and view the aerial data that has been collected?
Depending on our agreement we can either give you the SD cards right out of the camera, transfer the files to a portable drive on-site, or set up an account for you to view it on the DRONEBOIS Cloud.