Film & TV Equipment Hire, Camera, Lighting and Grip Hire providing Aerial Photography & Crewing services in London, UK
Decode offers the world of Film, TV and media the best in broadcast and motion picture equipment hire plus associated facilities from our base in London, UK. Located opposite studio facility Malcolm Ryan Studios, we have an extensive range of rental equipment, aerial photography, camera, lighting and grip hire, editing facilities and expertise available to assist your production. Some of our most popular equipment available to hire is ARRI Amira, Red Epic, ARRI Alexa, Red Dragon, Sony FS7, PMW-F55, Canon C300 Hire, MoVI M10, Easyrig cinema 3, Ultraprimes lenses and dollies
When you engage in business with a company there are certain levels of expectations and professional requirements. We’d like to share with you some of the feedback that we get from recent clients about our tv & film equipment hire, camera hire plus many more services we provide. This will give you an indication of the level of service you can expect from us, nothing but the best. We mean it.
We have a wealth of experience dealing with high speed filming. Not only we have extensive knowledge of the equipment needed but we can also advice you in other areas such as the lighting fixtures, camera and grip hire services and even post-production. All we want is to ensure you are taken care of from start to finish, regardless of the requirements.
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Rent Red Epic camera kits for Saturday and Sunday (Weekend) and pay just £500 per camera kit per weekend! (subject to availability). Furthermore, you can take advantage of fully comprehensive lighting packages
Find out what we get up to and some the amazing productions our film and TV equipment has been used for. We are pretty sure you’ll enjoy watching the sample of work that we have chosen. Want the same? Get in touch