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FSLabs DJI Mavic Air Accessories 4K Camera Lens Multicoated Filter pack (6 Pack) ND4, ND8, ND16, ND4/CPL, ND8/CPL, ND16/CPL
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- DJI Mavic Air Lens Filters, made specifically for the DJI Mavic Air 4k Gimbal Video Camera - Passes startup initialization sequence, filter can be left on when turning on the drone during startup.
- Includes 6 filters: ND4, ND4/CPL, ND8, ND8/CPL, ND16, ND16/CPL ND = Neutral Density, CPL = Polarizer
- Multicoated optics minimize reflections, fingerprints and fog/water - Comes with padded rigid carrying case.
- High quality inserts designed for easy installation and removal, even after wear and tear - Feather light design, durable aluminum construction, crystal clear glass for high definition video.
- Polarized lens filters stay firmly attached, yet can be rotated easily so you can line up the correct polarization angle.
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DJI Mavic Air Accessories, Use the ND4/CPL at dusk and dawn while shooting at 1/250th needing polarization, and reduce shutter speed by 2 f-stops. Use the ND8 in in partly cloudy conditions while shooting at 1/500th, and reduce shutter speed by 3 f-stops. Use the ND8/CPL in cloudy conditions needing polarization, and reduce shutter speed by 3 f-stops. Use the ND16 in partly to mostly cloudy settings shooting at 1/1000th, and reduce shutter speed by 4 f-stops. To film the highest quality video from your drone, you want to use lens filters to be able to adjust your shutter speed to double your frame rate. This makes each of your frames crisp and your videos much smoother. Polarization increases color saturation and reduces glare, but should not be used in low light settings or when shooting certain subjects like reflections or shady areas. After you attach a polarized lens filter to your camera, look through your viewfinder and rotate the lens filter until you see bright objects darken, so you know you have the correct polarization angle.
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The standard ND filters are great for simply reducing my shutter speed and I've been able to get really cool longer exposure still images around sunrise that would have been way too overexposed without being able to throw an ND16 on there. Pictured you can see a 1 second exposure about half an hour after sunrise of a spillway at a local lake.
The polarized filters are great for reducing the reflection of the sun on the water but require some fiddling to turn them just right so they work properly. I have found they work best when angled away from the sun. If you point the camera toward the sun so that it shines across the glass, it causes a flare on the corner of the shot, as you can see in the image of the trees with the flare in the lower left corner. When the polarized filters are turned so the sky is at its darkest, these filters really enhance the color and make everything look great! My favorite picture of my flight out at the lake is the one attached of the road along the side of the lake. The ND8PL really made the colors stand out beautifully.
The fit and finish of these filters is top notch and even the slightly taller PL filters work perfectly in the factory gimbal cover so you don't have to remove them to fold up the drone. I'll probably keep the ND8 filter on most of the time for general flying. The case could be a little better with a little more positive click when closing but I haven't had any issue with it popping open or anything so it's probably fine.
Quality looks good, may not be as good as Polar Pro but it is definitely par for the course. The case is on a larger side but that is hardly a complaint.
Taking off OEM ring around the camera lens was easy and putting these on is even easier. Almost feel like DJI themselves made it. Great job.
I will probably order ND32 and 64 in few days. For now, when it is spring time, I am ok with ND16/PL.