Only Experienced Skydivers Can Jump With Cameras

The United States Parachute Association mandates that skydivers must have at least a “C” License, 200 skydives, and have adequate skydiving skills before wearing a camera on a jump. Due to risk and regulations, you are NOT allowed to take your own camera or mobile device in/on our airplane, or on your jump.

You can still get that perfect Instagram shot over Monterey Bay, or the most intense moment when you take that big step off the airplane at 18,000 feet. We offer a variety of video and picture packages that offer more perspective beyond what you could even possibly capture (or even imagine) with your own handheld camera.  You can get an inside, selfie-style, perspective from an instructor’s hand that captures all of the freefall and parachute flight, an outside, “broader” perspective from an additional outside video flyer that will provide the best freefall shots of the bay by flying in multiple orientations, or both.

Skydive Monterey Bay operates in proximity to residential and commercial areas, in addition to public infrastructure. Without the proper skydiving gear and training, you run the risk of dropping these devices into occupied areas. This could cause serious injury or damage.