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Camera crew hire and Corporate Videographers in Botswana

ACrew4U is here to help you get the best camera crew in Botswana, when you need them, where you need them ACrew4U provides the best location camera crews in Botswana made up from only the top cameramen and freelance video crews in Botswana. We’re fast, diplomatic and pride ourselves on quality. A Corporate Videographer for all projects such as your Case Studies, Customer Testimonials, Executive Interviews, Event Videos, Live Webcasts or even Drone Filming.

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The worlds biggest brands trust ACrew4U with their Video & Photo projects

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How it works

1. Just tell us what you need!

It only takes a minute to tell us what and where you want to shoot, we will do the rest

2. We match you with the best crew

We find you dependable approved people and work with you on preproduction briefings

3. We’re with you all the way

There is always a human to help and ensure that before, during and after the shoot goes to plan

All types of crew worldwide

All types of crew

  • 1/2 person video crew
  • Event Videographers and Photographers
  • Virtual Event Video
  • Drone Videographers
  • Live Streaming Crew
  • Content Production Teams
  • Field Producers/Fixers
  • Video Editors

Talent plus procedure and technology

For All Types of Project in Botswana

  • Executive Interviews
  • Case Studies
  • Corporate Films
  • Multi City Projects
  • Events
  • Live webcasts
  • Branded Content

All types of crew worldwide

With All Types of Kit

  • HD/4K Cameras
  • Steadicam / Ronin
  • Drones/Helicopter
  • Live Streaming
  • SNG Uplinks/Live U
  • Photographic
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“ACrew4U’s team are fantastic to work with!”

Sarah, Bill and the rest of the ACrew4U team are fantastic to work with! Flexible, responsive and able to work within our budgets means we will definitely be using them again!

Greg Hongmong – Mulberry Marketing Communications

Why use ACrew4U for your Video or Photography ?

Extend Your Global Reach

  • Extend your reach
  • We’re not just in Botswana!
  • Give your team access to the best worldwide
  • We have 3000+ crew in 1000+ cities
  • We cover Video and Photo Crew

Award-winning, Quality Assured 

  • You can trust us with your project
  • The crew selected against 30 point checklist
  • Our 60 step ISO 9001 production checklist ensures consistency
  • We have won multiple industry awards for ACrew4U and our clients

Time Sensitive

  • We’re ready when you are!
  • We quote you within 24 hours
  • We have had a crew shooting within under two hours from clients’ inquiry
  • Meet impossible deadlines for shoots, our crew are where you need them

Reduce your Carbon Footprint

  • We help you shoot sustainably worldwide
  • Using a local crew saves at least 0.12 tonnes of Co2 versus sending a two-person crew internationally
  • We’re working towards being IS0 14001 compliant

Human Care whenever you need it

  • There is always a human to talk to at ACrew4U, even if that’s out of business hours, here for you 24/7
  • A production briefing meeting or call is included free in all bookings – let us take the weight off your mind – we work as part of your team from the start
  • Our crew have local knowledge that can save you time and stress
  • All our crew are chosen for their people to people skills as much as their creative ones

16+ years of experience

  • Built on reputation
  • We have 16+ years of experience worldwide
  • 95% of our business is a repeat
  • We’ve been working with many crew for over 10 years
  • We’ve helped 100s of clients with 1000s of shoots!

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It only takes a minute to tell us what you need, we do the rest

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3000+ vetted video crew in 80+ countries

“ACrew4U’s has a huge network of industry professionals!”

Our projects vary massively in terms of crew size and equipment specs, ACrew4U has a huge network of industry professionals to call upon which takes the stress, time, and pain away from our own producers!

Liz Roberts – TVC Group

Frequently asked questions

Where do I start?

Start by filling in the one minute enquiry form. Include information about your project, the type of crew you’d like, and a small brief for the crew. Your account manager will then work to match the best suited crew from our global database. Once you’re happy this is the right crew for your project, simply confirm you want to proceed. We take care of everything else!

How do I know your product/service will do what it says?

Our service is consistent because we have a rigorous 30 point checklist and vetting process to ensure we ‘ll give you the best crew for your project. Management of each and every process is conducted by thoroughly trained production staff, themselves following a detailed checklist to ensure no stone is left unturned while planning and executing each project.

How can I get assistance if I need it?

You are never left to solve a problem alone when you work with us, we work with you as a member of your extended team. That means that we are never more than a telephone call or email away on hand to answer any questions or queries you might have or simply to offer reassurance. We know your job can be stressful and we are on your side.

What are your fees and process?

It’s really simple! We don’t believe in complicating things for you, your job is difficult enough already. That’s why all of our costs that we quote you are inclusive of all our management fees unless stated otherwise. This means you can see where you are on a budget without worrying about nasty surprises afterwards.

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Location factfile on Botswana

At a glance: The pairing of an amazing fauna and a wild landscape, made up of savannah, deserts wetlands and salt plants, makes Botswana a place everyone should go at least once in life. Moreover, the fact that, after having achieved independence from the United Kingdom, three important diamond mines were discovered, helped the country to be an African success story. Locations of interest are: the Okavango River sailed by the traditional canoes called mokoro, the Tsodio Hills with stunning ancient San paintings, the Chobe National Park with the marvelous wildlife, the Gcwihaba Caverns with astonishing stalagmites and stalactites. The main events in the country are: the Toyota 1000 Desert Race is an unmissable event for off-road motor sport race, held every June around the country; Maitisong Festival, Maun Festival and Kuru Dance Festival are annual events, held respectively every March, April and August to celebrate Botswana’s rich tribal culture by poetry, music and dance. Best time to visit or/and shoot April to August Official language – English. Curiosities about Botswana – Botswana’s unique fauna makes this country a photography paradise but at the same time it makes a photo shoot in its impressive flat landscape not so easy: understanding of animal behaviour is a vital component in the wildlife photography. Lion, leopard jaguar and tigers, African wild dogs, elephants, gorillas, marine mammals are amazing animals to photograph getting as close as possible but it’s important to do that safety. For this reason, if you haven’t a proper wildlife photography expertise in your skill set, it’s strictly recommended to lean on wildlife photographers and photo-safari leaders. Films shot or set in the country are: Nai, the Story of a Kung Woman (1980) is a documentary film by ethnographic filmmaker John Marshall; Earth (2007) is a nature documentary film which shows the diversity of wild habitats and animals across the world to stress the threats to their survival considering the rapid environmental change. The film uses many sequences of the 2006 BBC/Discovery television series Planet Earth, though it features previously unseen footage; A United Kingdom (the opening film at the 60th London Film Festival) is a 2016 British film based on the true-life romance between Sir Seretse Khama and his wife Ruth Williams Khama.