The Natural History Unit


The Natural History Unit is Edward Saltau and Dan Hunter, wildlife cameramen based in Victoria, Australia.

Working together, they have experience filming wild animals for the highest standard of Blue Chip productions. 


Programs we’ve worked on include:



Together, Ed and Dan can provide long lens, gimbal, drone, timelapse and macro services. We specialise in filming the behaviour of wild animals, particularly Australian animals.

We have our own camera kit that we hire to productions. This is tailored for natural history and includes a Red Helium, Canon 50-1000 lens, Inspire 2 Drone and Movi Pro Gimbal. Please contact us to receive our rate card and kit list.



Please don't hesitate to get in touch. We're interested to learn about any potential projects. If we don't reply immediately, we may be out of range and will do our best to get in touch as soon as we can.

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Ackowledgment of Country


The natural history unit acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of Australia.

We recognise their ongoing connection and contribution to Country and their culture. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.

The Natural History Unit acknowledges that we work and operate on stolen lands. We recognise that sovereignty over those lands was never ceded, no treaty’s were signed and that the struggle for lands and rights of Indigenous peoples around Australia is ongoing.

We finally recognise the role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and traditions in the sustainable management of land and sea. We are therefore committed to working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around Australia.