HOW IT HELPS
The DJI Mavic 2 Zoom Filters 6 Pack kit from Freewell consists of 6 drone camera lens filters which are essential for capturing high-quality footage and images in all types of daylight conditions. This pack contains ND (Neutral Density) filters which are helpful in slowing down the shutter speed of the camera by restricting the amount of light entering the camera lens in a gradual manner. The CPL (Circular Polarized Lens) filter works to prevent unwanted reflections from naturally reflective surfaces outdoors, such as windows, water bodies and snow, to impair the picture quality. The hybrid filters – ND/PL – incorporate the excellent features of ND and PL filters to give crystal-clear photographs and videos when you film outdoors.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom ND4 Filter
The ND4 filters works to reduce the amount of light hitting the camera sensor by 2 f-stops. This makes it efficient for capturing crystal-clear images in cloudy and overcast skies.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom ND8 Filter
The ND8 filter from Freewell helps to limit the amount of light entering the camera lens by 3 f-stops, making it effective to capture excellent quality footage in slightly cloudy skies.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom ND16 Filter
The ND16 filter is designed to reduce the amount of light entering the camera lens by 4 f-stops, which makes it essential for capturing sharper images in normal bright daylight conditions.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom CPL Filter
The CPL filter from Freewell is an excellent way to avoid unwanted glare from reflective sources to lower the picture quality of your drone.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom ND32/PL Filter
The ND32/PL filter from Freewell is meant to reduce the amount of light hitting the camera sensor by 5 f-stops, making it the right choice for capturing amazingly clear images in brightest sunlit conditions. The PL factor in this lens filter prevents unwanted reflections from lowering the quality of the images you capture.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom ND64/PL Filter
The ND64/PL filter is an excellent choice of filter for capturing objects in motion effectively. It helps to slow down the shutter speed to a level which adds a natural ‘blur’ motion to the captured object. The PL part of the filter helps to avoid any unnecessary reflections from naturally reflective surfaces to hamper the quality of your footage.