Kit Bag by Skylark Aerial Photography

By 15th June 2018Industry, News
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Kit Bag,

Skylark Aerial Photography has a very comprehensive kit bag of equipment and accessories.

We believe to offer our clients the best service we need to have a a variety of equipment to provide the very best in drone filming. We also regulate rotate our equipment such as drones and every two years will update or replace.

  • DJI Mavic Pro (will be updated this October to the new DJI Mavic with improved camera)
  • DJI Inspire 1 with X3 Camera
  • DJI Inspire 1 Pro with X5 Camera (2 controllers)
  • All Weather drone. Largest in the fleet and capable of operating in rain, snow, from water and in winds of up to 30mph
  • 4 Mavic Batteries
  • 7 Inspire Batteries
  • 4 All weather drone batteries
  • 45amp Portable Lithium Battery Power Pack capable of recharging all batteries in the field and ancillary equipment
  • 36amp Wet Cell Battery Power Pack for laptops, business radios
  • Lumix 15mm
  • Olympus 25mm Prime
  • Olympus 45mm Telephoto
  • Olympus 14mm to 42mm Pancake Zoom
  • ND filters various
Hand Held Osmo
  • Stabilised DJI gimbal for hand held filming using either X3 or X5 cameras
  • DJI Goggles to operate Mavic and Inspire
  • 2 Ipads for operations
Business Radios and Transceiver
  • Business radios 5w fully licensed to allow communication between the crew
  • Transceiver licensed to allow communication with other air users
  • Bespoke office to operate from
  • High end 4K Apple Mac
  • Final Cut Pro
Outdoor Clothing and Ancillary Equipment to Operate all Day in the Fells
  • All season walking boots
  • Water proof over trousers
  • All season water proof/wind proof coat
  • One man tent all season
  • Compass
  • 40L back pack
  • OS maps
  • Aviation charts

Our Kit Bag provides Skylark Aerial Photography with a great variety of equipment, and remember we can operate even when the weather would not allow other drone operators to deploy.


Aerial Filming Lake District
Skylark Aerial Photography provides aerial filming of the Lake District