196 Productions Ltd
Cardiff, South Wales. 029 2075 1159
PSC lighting camera operators and versatile drone filming
Since 1995, 196 Productions Ltd. has provided camera and crewing services to a wide range of private and corporate businesses, live events and the broadcast news, current affairs and sports industry. We are well known for supplying Camera Operators and Camera Assistants experienced in Multi Camera OB's, Single Camera Location, Steadicam and Follow Focus, Helicopter, PSC, and Lighting. Our camera crews work on the most prestigious of national prime time BBC and ITV sporting events, documentary and much more. Whatever your Camera Crew requirements, we can provide you with the very best.
Our camera crews have an enviable reputation for providing live material and specialist long lens pictures for major sports output. The Rugby World Cup, The Commonwealth Games and Wimbledon are amongst the events we have serviced with ISO/PSC crews.
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Cameraman: James Daniels
Drone operator: Bruce Rawlings
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Cameraman: Mark Thorne
The reasons for our success
is the extensive range of additional equipment
The standard camera kit includes a Sony PMW-500 with Fujinon 23-1 and wide angle HD lenses. The crew van contains just about everything you could need at no extra cost including 'blacks/whites' and blue/green chroma-key.
One of the key reasons for our success is the extensive range of additional equipment beyond the standard kit, normally carried by each crew, which can be used at no additional cost. This includes a Cinematic/SloMo Sony FS7 camera with prime lenses, GoPro action cameras, tracking dolly, slider, LED cool soft lights, high-hat and low legs.
Special Versatile-Drone and Aerial Filming rates
when booked with a crew
196 Productions Ltd. holds a CAA PfAW for commercial aerial work and is a member of ARPAS-UK, the industry's professional body for aerial filming.
Please call us now on +44 (0)29 2075 1159 to discuss your booking requirements.
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