Eric Clapton Live at the RAH

Three ROC Remote Heads were provided for the exclusive filming of Eric Clapton at the Royal Albert Hall in celebration of his 50 years at the top of the music business in May 2015. All three remote heads were rigged with Red Dragon cameras and prime lenses. Two on-stage cameras were placed on ROC Columns to give an adjustable lens height range from 80cm to 150cm thereby adding dynamic interest to the shots.


Cinegear Expo 2015, Hollywood, LA

Come and visit us at Paramount Studies on 5th and 6th June in Los Angeles ! Matt will be exhibiting the new ROC remote head and console at Booth 131 on South Chicago in the New York Streets area.

multi ROC remote heads

Tradeshows and Demos 2015

We could not be at Las Vegas #NABshow2015 but we are planning to bring the new ROC head and console to the US this summer (Cine Gear Expo, Los Angeles, 4th-7th June 2015). The ROC head is an elegant system that needs to be seen and operated to appreciate its full quality. If you are UK-based or visiting, please contact us to arrange a demo.

Keep checking the website for more details on upcoming shows including #IBC2015 and #NABshow2016.


Cammotion at BVE, Stand D41

To see the new ROC remote head in action, Cammotion will be at BVE stand D41

Cammotion at the BSC expo

Come and see the new ROC remote head at Stand 36, Pinewood Studios on 30th-31st January.


multi ROC remote heads

Cammotion Announces the ROC Head Launch

Cammotion will be launching the ROC head, a beautifully designed 2-axis remote camera head, at Cinec in Munich from 21st to 23rd September, 2014.  Come along to see a demonstration.

New Look Website

Finally our new look website is up and running with the help of the fantastic Milestone Design!

Cammotion Media Archives

Articles featuring Cammotion – first published in Zerb, the journal of the Guild of Television Cameramen



GTC Seal of Approval

Seal of Approval

Cammotion, Vortex Aerial Camera Mount System

The Seal of Approval is awarded to a manufacturer for a piece of equipment that, having been nominated by the membership and voted for by Council, has significantly aided cameramen in the advancement of their craft.

After considerable discussion, Council felt that one piece of
equipment, the
 Vortex Aerial Camera Mount, stood out above the rest. It has proved itself on numerous OBs, dramas and LE productions. As a portable camera tower, it allows the camera to be rigged up to a height of 30 metres in minutes. You can then operate the camera with a full 360 deg pan, whilst at the same time jibbing the camera at up to 2 metres per sec; all in wind speeds up
to force 7.

We were particularly impressed not only by the simplicity and speed of rigging, but also at the wide range of shots that can be offered by such a rig.

Rather than coming from a large company, the system was designed by a cameraman, Matt Gladstone.