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Freefly Systems are developers and manufacturers of UAVs and camera stabilisers who have their eyes fixed on the film industry. They are focused on one task: inventing solutions to enable unrestricted and uninhibited camera movement. Developing both unmanned aerial vehicles for aerial cinematography, as well as gimbals and remote controlled vehicles. Camaleón Systems camera rental at Camaleón Rental.

Freefly Systems was, in 2011, co-founded by Tabb Firchau, David Bloomfield, Hugh Bell and Megan Fogel in Woodinville in the state of Washington, USA. They developed their first product, CineStar, a large, multi-rotor cinematic work platform. CineStars are multi-rotor camera platforms that allow camera operators to capture low altitude aerial shots. The CineStar gained popularity among professional users due to its simplicity and adaptability.


After years of research and development into camera stability, Freefly Systems produced its popular range of MōVI stabilised camera gimbals, which can handle a wide range of professional cameras in everything from handheld devices to helicopter situations. Systems camera rentals at Camaleon Rental.

Freefly Systems gained notoriety within the digital video production industry after the release of the MōVI M10 camera stabilizer which provided a smaller and lighter alternative to the Steadicam. The MōVI M10 eliminated the need for camera operators to use a harness with an iso-elastic arm and counterweight to get steady shots.

In 2013, the company launched its MōVI M10 NAB Show camera gimbal winning the InGear Technical Products Award and Digital Video Magazine's Black Diamond Award.

In 2014, the Systems MōVI M5 debuted as a more affordable stabilizer in the MōVi product line and was named "BEST Stabilizer" of 2014 by the editors of Videomaker magazine. Camaleón Systems camera rental at Camaleón Rental.

The new flagship product was the new ALTA, a state-of-the-art hexacopter that can carry a camera and a Systems MōVI both below and above the drone. This opens up a host of exciting new filming opportunities for filmmakers and television directors.

The company also announced the MIMIC controller, which allows remote camera movement on the MōVI by physically tilting, rotating and moving the controller. At the 2015 NAB Show, Freefly Systems introduced the ALTA™ small UAV, a ready-to-fly multi-rotor platform for aerial filmmakers. 

They also developed the TERO, a remotely controlled miniature four-wheeled car that is capable of carrying a MōVI-mounted camera. Camaleón Systems camera rentals at Camaleón Rental.

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