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Aerial & Pole Photography

Use the CamRanger to take your photography to new heights! The CamRanger is great for pole photography and aerial photography.

Running race photography
DSLR pole setup
  • Use Live view to compose the image, remotely change camera settings, and capture images
  • Remotely move the camera with the motorized pan/tilt tripod head and CamRanger PT Hub
  • Excellent alternative to drones
  • Great for aerial surveying, as it can be set on intervalometer

Raise your camera for a whole new perspective

real estate ground level

Ground level

real estate pole aerial

With a pole

runners ground level

Ground level

runners aerial

With a pole

Photos provided by John Sinderdinck, using a carbon fiber pole from

Combine with the PT Hub & MP-360 to remotely pan and tilt your camera

Yellowstone camera pole

CamRanger, PT Hub, and MP-360 at top of pole

Yellowstone pole photography

View from camera


pole real estate

I could not be happier with my CamRanger PT Hub and MP-360. The results are there. Going to make my life and job a heck of a lot easier and safer; no more painters pole for me and no more guesswork.

CamRanger is an amazing product! I use the CamRanger on my iPad-mini to control my camera which is mounted on a monopod that can go up in the air for 6 meter. (PhotoMast). I’m shooting a lot of dance events, and it is very important that I can change my settings really quickly. Normally I am shooting with a Canon 1Dx and Canon 5D mark 3, but I bought an extra camera (Canon 6D) to use this dedicated on the Photomast, together with the CamRanger.

Kevin Verkruijssen

EDM Kevin

event pole photography
aerial plane photography

Focal Plane Photography’s workflow incorporating the CamRanger for vertical aerial photography. Using a Canon 5D Mark II pointing straight down through the bottom of our Cessna 172 we fly a pre-planned route to cover the area. The top to bottom overlap is done by our CamRanger set to trigger each image at a time computed based on our ground speed and controlled by the built in intervalometer. In the past, my photographer (and wife) had to climb into the back of the airplane to monitor the camera function. Now, using our iPad mini linked wirelessly to CamRanger, she can monitor the operation from the comfort of “first class” (the front seat). No more “rats nest” of monitor wires, view finder cameras and dongle intervalometer. Life is good! Here’s a sample of a recent composite consisting of 67 individual frames merged in Photoshop CS 7 taken at 3” resolution. Customer is thrilled. It is the campus of Notre Dame College of Ohio.

Mark and Yvonne Sanderson

Focal Plane Photography