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Aerial Views of South Wales

On a recent visit to South Wales we were lucky enough to get some lovely weather. We gave the Mavic Pro a few trips to see how she coped in the bright sunlight. Bridgend, Ogmore & Taffs Well showed off the aerial delights of South Wales… The below images in high resolution can be purchased here …


RFT Services Chooses Sky Cam East For Roof Surveys

Company Visualises Benefits of Aerial Drones We are delighted to announce that RFT Services have engaged Sky Cam East to carry our aerial roof surveys on the properties the firm manages. Roofing surveys have always presented a cost and convenience challenge to property owners and managers. The expense, inconvenience and time frame of scaffolding, the …


East Anglian Daily Times features Sky Cam East

East Anglian Daily Times features Sky Cam East – Again! Technology in 2016 affords us a wealth of media. Our phones, tablets, laptops and TV all set up to deliver anything we want – including our own pictures. Yet there is nothing quite like appearing in a newspaper. We were contacted by Paul Geater of …


Foxhall Stadium Ipswich – Aerial Photos

Foxhall Stadium Gets A Facelift The home of the Ipswich Witches Speedway Team and a major venue for Spedeworth Motorsport’s stock car, bangers and hot rod racing, Foxhall Stadium near Ipswich, Suffolk has got itself a facelift. Boasting a new 1500 seater stand, improved toilet facilities and additional hospitality boxes the stadium continues to attract …


Aerial Views of the EACH Treehouse

Fifth Birthday Celebrations for The Treehouse The East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices ‘Treehouse’ facility was opened to families five years ago and include amongst it’s patrons Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. The much needed hospice was achieved after local people raised over three million pounds in a spirited year long campaign and finally opened to families in …


Landguard Fort Felixstowe From Above

Landguard Fort Felixstowe From Above One of the hidden jewels of Suffolk’s attractions has to be Landguard Fort in Felixstowe. “Originally known as Langer Fort, the first fortifications from 1540 were a few earthworks and blockhouse, but it was James I of England who ordered the construction of a square fort with bulwarks at each corner. …