Time lapse masts
Most time-lapse companies require adjacent buildings to fix cameras to. This poses problems. Firstly, if you’re trying to film a rural site, you may not have adjacent buildings – a common situation for big shed developers on large sites.
Secondly, adjacent buildings are often no taller than the new building you’re trying to film – this means you’re unlikely to get a great aerial perspective, or be able to see much of the whole site.
Go to extremes
You will also need to seek permission to mount cameras to other people’s property which can be complex and time consuming, and can hold insurance implications.
Lifting the focus to extreme heights and maintaining the cameras in a fixed position makes the difference between an average construction time lapse film, and an outstanding one.
Our masts are sometimes referred to as ‘trailer masts’. This simply means they work with single or twin axle trailers calculated to bear the weight of the mast in transit and in situ. The trailers provide additional stability and remain on site for the entire period of the film giving you super-stable, high-quality time lapse film footage..
Strong and stable
We developed our super-strong masts with professionals in mast development. Their lattice structure provides extra strength which together with our unique mast rope systems means the masts don’t move, even in high winds.
Our masts have been designed to keep deployment costs to an absolute minimum. They are towed by our trucks and are rigged at ground level, meaning they can be on site and operational without the need for a cherry picker, or expensive haulage.
Time lapse from Sky Revolutions
Mast mounted cameras – more height, more impact
Inspire stakeholders with high-level, mast-mounted time lapse cameras from Sky Revolutions – the only UK company to offer mast-mounted cameras up to 30m high.
- State-of-the-art, professional 6K resolution time lapse cameras
- Solar powered and tough enough for harsh external environments
- Stable trailer-mast system, even in high winds
- No adjacent buildings needed
- Optional drone footage for added visual detail and dynamism