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Society of Aerial Cinematography The SOAC is a community of professionals supporting aerial cinematography in the Film and Television industries. Read More Join the Conversation! Register for free and start exchanging ideas with other industry professionals. Join the Community! Attend SOAC Events Visit our events page and see where you'll find us next. Read More

A Community In Action

The Society of Aerial Cinematography (SOAC) is a community of Production, Post Production, Aviation and Radio Control professionals serving the Entertainment Industry and those interested in the professional use of multi rotors in production.


The SOAC is an excellent opportunity to network with others in the industry.  We have a solid foundation of supporters typically not accessible outside of the set of a major motion picture production.  Sharing experiences with each other, and learning from one another are just some of the benefits of networking with others in our small but focused community.


Members of the SOAC are highly talented and respected individuals in the Aviation, Entertainment and Radio Control Industries.  We are also honored to have the support of the industries most popular vendors, and manufacturers of cameras, drones, and accessories.  Joining the SOAC connects you to other members, expertise and experience.


Drone regulations can be confusing, but they don’t have to be.  We have ties with a network of lawyers well versed in aviation that can help you in plain English.  If you’re looking to obtain your part 107, the SOAC can help.

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Garmin introduces VIRB 360 Camera

Garmin unveiled a new compact, rugged and fully spherical 360-degree camera today.  The VIRB 360 is waterproof  and can capture video in resolutions up to 5.7K, at 30 fps.  It's not specifically a drone related camera, but read on if you're a fan of or considering 360 video acquisition to…

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“Finally a community comprised of professionals. The SOAC has been there for my crew and for myself time and time again.”

Drew Roberts

“One of the most professional and well rounded communities on this subject. We always look forward to hearing what comes next from this group.”

Amy Kawadler

“This community is an important, quite possibly an essential element of this technology moving into our sets as a safe and artistic tool.”

Steven Poster

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