Based in Manchester, Shipped Nationwide
How To Hire
If you’re a new client, we’ll need you to fill out a new account form. You can upload your insurance details here too.
If you’re an existing client, skip this step!
As soon as we’ve received and approved your account form, we’ll send you an invoice. Once this is paid for, everything is set!
We’ll arrange the courier and prep the kit ready for use.
Inside the case(s), you’ll find an itemised list of all the included kit plus return shipping labels. We’ll arrange for the courier to come and collect on the pre-arranged date.
All you need to do in the meantime is shoot some wicked stuff!
Camera rental and lens rental – delivered to your UK address, from Wild Films.
Looking for a film kit for your next natural history documentary, travel video content or outdoors film? Welcome to Wild Films’ Kit Hire service.
Wild Films offers you a carefully curated, high quality and expertly-maintained catalogue of specialist film kit to suit your needs.
We also have experience in providing cameras for personal and private projects such as looking for lost animals, or for birdwatching.
With a well-stocked technical base, we are passionate about supporting you with your wildlife, outdoor or scientific research film project with professional kit.
Filmmakers, TV producers, crew and photographers often need to hire specialist film kit for shooting natural history documentaries and outdoors content.
Our film equipment rental catalogue contains the best camera rental and lens rentals in the UK specifically for wildlife filmmaking, natural history film production, outdoors or travel branded content, and biological research.
Our expertise is informed by our own experience in wildlife feature documentaries and outdoor sports and lifestyle video content.
If there’s a film equipment rental item that you’re looking for specifically, or you have any related questions – just contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Or, why not set up a new account and start your film equipment hire right now?