Changing Perspectives



HexCam are aerial filming experts based in Norfolk

We offer unique aerial photography and video solutions across East Anglia and the UK. Using our remotely piloted drones we safely and efficiently obtain the aerial photographs or video you require with detail and precision that just can't be achieved with traditional aerial photography. HexCam has CAA permission to obtain aerial photos and video throughout the UK and all aerial photographs and videos seen here are taken using our own drones and aerial photography equipment.

HexCam also offer UK-based drone flight training and CAA approved flight assessments together with competitive drone equipment packages through our Aerial Academy. We can tailor our drone training and assessment packages to suit everyone, from the novice beginner to the experienced drone pilot.

We look forward to working with you to discover how we can change your perspective.

Video Showreel

Watch our short video showreel for a flavour of what we can do, or check out our video gallery for more.


Our drone technology

Our original hexacopter was built in Ireland in 2012 and finished in Norwich. It contained some of the most up-to-date drone technology, including auto hover, GPS and failsafe return to base. Our newest hexacopter uses the same flight controller but can carry a higher quality cameras such as the Panasonic GH4 and our Optris PI thermal camera. We also now use the DJI Inspire 1 and PDJI Phantom 3 Professional allowing us to film in UHD and 4K.

We choose the most appropriate aircraft for each project depending on client requirements and safety considerations. Our drones can record continuously whilst on an operation to allow us to provide you with either unedited footage and stills or, for an additional fee, edited video. The camera can be monitored on our ground station during the operation to ensure we are providing the footage you require.


Our clients

HexCam has worked with a large number of great clients. Below are a few examples:

HexCam has worked on a number of collaborative projects which now feature our drone aerial video. These include vintage bus footage for a pop video, aerial footage of Felbrigg Lodge for a promotional video in collaboration with Forward and aerial footage of a construction project for Kier with Apricot Films.

We have also carried out archaeological aerial photography for the Caistor Roman Project and commercial property aerial photography. More recently we obtained aerial video that has been used in information videos for Eckling Grange Care Home and aerial photography of solar panels for Cookes Renewables. Our aerial footage also featured in The Flying Archaeologist on the BBC.


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