A Cameraman Co.
Camera crew in Hong Kong
Cameraman in Hong Kong
Director of Photography
Freelance Camera operator for hire
M: +852 6396 8868 (WhatsApp)
T: +852 3489 1318
Office / Camera hire:
Hollywood Road Studios, 19/F, IFC2,
8 Financial Street, Central, Hong Kong
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Camera Crew Hong Kong & A Cameraman Co. only work will camera crew in Hong Kong who are fully vaccinated with booster shoots. We are able to provide rapid test result for compliance before entering your client's workplace.
Camera Crew Hong Kong & A Cameraman Co. are open for business.
Entry restriction on non-Hong Kong residents coming from overseas is in effect.
We are here to shoot and deliver the footage to your international production, independently.
Our production teams and camera operators strictly
- communicate remotely with live feed, skype, facetime, zoom or video conferencing.
- minimize the number of personnel on set.
- minimize nonessential interactions on set.
- minimize time on set.
- keep clients, talents, and other members of the crews 2 meters / 6 feet away.
- wear face masks and groves.
- sanitize all equipment and surfaces before and after contact.
- stay away from public transports and crowds.
- carter refreshments and meals to individuals on set separately.
We continue to provide broadcast and broadcast-quality streaming setups for LiveU streaming, zoom events, skype, facetime, as well as regular video and TV productions as essential services to the international community during the pandemic.
For clients, talents, producers, directors, and crews who plan to travel to Hong Kong, we hope the following information helps.
Following is a press release from the government of Hong Kong
Entry restriction on non-Hong Kong residents coming from overseas extended.
A Government spokesman said today (April 6) that the Government will extend, until further notice, the entry restriction on non-Hong Kong residents coming from overseas countries or regions by plane and those having been to overseas countries or regions in the past 14 days preceding arrival at Hong Kong. All transit services at the Hong Kong International Airport will also continue to be suspended until further notice.
The COVID-19 pandemic has proliferated around the world and the situation is severe. After consideration by the key members of the Anti-Epidemic Steering Committee cum Command Centre, the Government announced on March 23 enhancements to the anti-epidemic measures in four aspects, including the following measures on entry restriction, quarantine, and airport transit which aim to prevent imported cases:
• All non-Hong Kong residents coming from overseas countries and regions by plane will be denied entry to Hong Kong;
• Non-Hong Kong residents coming from the Mainland, Macao, and Taiwan will be denied entry to Hong Kong if they have been to any overseas countries and regions in the past 14 days;
• All transit services at Hong Kong International Airport will be suspended; and
• All travelers coming from Macao and Taiwan, including Hong Kong and non-Hong Kong residents, will be subject to a 14-day compulsory quarantine, which is the same as the arrangements for people entering Hong Kong from the Mainland.
The above measures have been implemented with effect from 00:00 am on March 25. The entry restriction and suspension of transit services at the airport were at the time to be implemented tentatively for 14 days, ending on April 7.
At present, the COVID-19 pandemic remains severe around the globe. As of this morning, the number of cases reported globally had exceeded 1.18 million. As for the situation in Hong Kong, the number of confirmed cases as at 4 pm today had reached 915 (including one probable case), more than double the number of 357 confirmed cases a fortnight ago. Over the past two weeks, around 75 percent of the confirmed cases are either with travel history during the incubation period or being close contacts of such cases. In view of the latest situation, the Government has decided to extend the aforementioned entry restriction and suspension of airport transit services until further notice.
In implementing the above entry restriction measures, the Government has taken into consideration the practical need and exempted a small number of persons. Such exemptions would remain applicable, including:
• Crew members of aircraft who need to commute to and from foreign places for the performance of necessary duties or crew members of goods vessels;
• Government officials carrying out government duties including personnel of consular posts;
• Personnel engaged in anti-epidemic work endorsed by the HKSAR Government; and
• Spouses and minor children of Hong Kong residents.
On April 5, there were only 813 passenger arrivals via the Airport, a drop of nearly 82 percent as compared with the number before the implementation of the above measures on March 24. Among them, only seven arrivals were non-Hong Kong residents.
Following is foreign travel advice from the government of the United Kingdom.
COVID-19 Exceptional Travel Advisory Notice
As countries respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including travel and border restrictions, the FCO advises British nationals against all but essential international travel. Any country or area may restrict travel without notice. If you live in the UK and are currently traveling abroad, you are strongly advised to return now, where and while there are still commercial routes available. Many airlines are suspending flights and many airports are closing, preventing flights from leaving.
Following is COVID-19 Information from the U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong.
Hong Kong: The Hong Kong government has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
Current safety and security information are provided in our Travel Advisory for Hong Kong, currently at Level 2, that encourages all American citizens to exercise increased caution due to the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China, and civil unrest.
Macau: The Macau government has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
Current safety and security information are provided in our Travel Advisory for Macau, currently at Level 2, that encourages all American citizens to exercise increased caution due to the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China.
• Entry and Exit Requirements:
On April 6, the Hong Kong government announced that it will extend the following in-bound travel restrictions until further notice:
All non-Hong Kong residents arriving by air from any location other than mainland China, Macau, and Taiwan will be denied entry.
Non-Hong Kong residents arriving from mainland China, Macau, or Taiwan will be denied entry if they have been to any overseas countries and regions in the past 14 days. Hong Kong residents and non-Hong Kong residents arriving from mainland China, Macau, or Taiwan with no travel to any overseas countries and regions in the past 14 days will be subject to a 14-day compulsory quarantine.
The Hong Kong International Airport will suspend all transit services. For more information, please see the Hong Kong government’s press release.
On April 7, the Hong Kong government announced that effective April 8, all inbound travelers arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will be required to submit to COVID-19 testing. For more information, please see the Hong Kong government’s press release.
On April 8, the Hong Kong government announced additional measures to regulate group gatherings, to be extended until April 23. For more information, please see the Hong Kong government’s press release.
COVID‑19 ‑ temporary restriction of non‑essential entry to the EU extended until 15 May 2020
16.04.2020 - Article
The Federal Government has decided to follow the European Commission’s recommendation of 8 April 2020 and to extend the existing travel restrictions on all non‑essential travel from third countries to the Federal Republic of Germany for an initial further 30 days in order to further contain COVID‑19 and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Like other European countries, Germany will initially continue to apply the travel restrictions in the Schengen area decided on 17 March 2020 by the EU Heads of State and Government until 15 May 2020.
In line with the still applicable order by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building, and Community pursuant to Article 14 in conjunction with Article 6 of the Schengen Borders Code, the travel restrictions expressly do not apply to the following people:
Citizens of EU Member States and countries associated with Schengen and their family members and citizens of the United Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, and their family members who enter Germany in order to travel to their country of origin or residence, provided that no alternative route is possible.
Third-country nationals with a long‑term right of residence in an EU Member State or the countries mentioned above (residence permit or long‑term visa, e.g. for study or work purposes), provided that they are returning to their place of habitual residence.
Third-country nationals with essential functions or needs, who are defined as follows in the decision:
healthcare workers, health researchers, and care professionals
cross-border workers, transport personnel employed in the movement of goods and other essential sectors
diplomats, the staff of international organizations, military personnel, and humanitarian aid workers insofar as they are performing official duties
passengers in transit
passengers traveling for imperative family reasons
persons in need of international protection or seeking entry for other humanitarian reasons.
Further information on travel:
Furthermore, it has been decided that the temporary border controls successively reintroduced at the borders between Germany and Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Denmark, Italy, and Spain will be extended for a further 20 days until 4 May 2020.
Quarantine regulations for people entering or returning to Germany:
The Federation and the Länder have agreed on the main aspects of uniform quarantine regulations for people entering or returning to Germany. Further information, the model ordinance, and links are available on the websites of the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building, and Community. For information on the concrete implementation of the measures in the various Länder, please see the websites of the Land Ministries of Health.
The following is advice from the Australian Consulate-General Hong Kong
We now advise all Australians DO NOT travel overseas at this time. If you are already overseas and wish to return to Australia, do so as soon as possible by commercial means. View details.
Hong Kong and Macau have imposed entry restrictions and compulsory quarantine measures on travelers from overseas. For the latest update please check the official COVID-19 websites of Hong Kong and Macau.