Special $200 Aerial Photography Offer - Now Until February 1st!
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Aerial photography that's as free as a bird?
Well, it' not quite free, but - for a limited time - it's certainly very affordable!
From now until February 1st, 2015, you can get your first 1-hour, in-Regina aerial photography session with Java Post Aerial Photography for the special introductory price of $200, plus applicable taxes.
This is the perfect introduction to aerial photography for real estate agents, construction companies, land developers, industrial companies, farm owners, or anyone who wants to capture a unique visual perspective of a place or event.
An experienced, professional company with credits that include aerial photography for Corner Gas: The Movie, Java Post Aerial Photography is officially certified by Transport Canada to fly commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or "drones") across Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Alberta.
With this special $200 offer, our trained and experienced UAV pilot will record your location or event using Java Post's DJI Phantom quad-copter, the smallest of our fleet of three UAVs. Our pilot will come to the location for up to one hour and record HD aerial imagery. The raw footage of the flight will be posted to a VIMEO video link, which you can then use to view and share the recorded aerial footage.
To learn more and book your aerial photography now, fill out the CONTACT US page with as much detail as possible (project, location, any additional info), as well as your contact information. Just go to the top of our website and click on CONTACT US. Or phone us at 306-777-0150.
THE FINE PRINT (only in the same size print as everything else): To qualify for this special offer, the flight must take place before February 1st, 2015. Additional travel charges will apply for locations outside Regina. Depending on flight location, special location permissions may be required before filming can take place. This offer is only available to first-time customers. All flights are weather-dependent and flights may be postponed if weather conditions are unsafe.