Camera Corps has moved to a bigger office within Shepperton Studios and invested in a raft of new equipment.

The specialist camera systems company's new HQ is less than 500 yards from its previous home.

It will provide staff with easier access to equipment and additional space for production of a new Q-Ball remote HD camera head.

"The office relocation gives our staff a larger and more comfortable dual-floor working environment with much easier access to our entire equipment inventory,” said Laurie Frost, the founder and managing director of Camera Corps.

“Most important of all, it provides us with additional space for production of the Q-Ball remote HD camera head which we will be introducing at NAB 2009 in Las Vegas. We made a firm decision to remain within the grounds of Shepperton Studios which has proved a very successful location over the past 12 years.

The enlarged Camera Corps equipment inventory includes 75 HD MiniZoom cameras, 60 VHR remote heads, tracking systems, underwater remote systems, plus 17 Hitachi HV-HD30 cameras, 20 Hitachi DK-H32 and 8 Toshiba IKHD-1.