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DJI FPV


ND and polarizing filters for the DJI FPV from PolarPro and FreeWell brands ensure higher quality footage and more beautiful color rendering in various lighting conditions during drone filming. Thanks to them, your videos will look professional even before post-production editing.

When capturing aerial footage, it's important to achieve a shutter speed that's twice the frame rate. This means that when recording at 1080/60, we want to achieve a shutter speed of 1/120s. When filming in 4K/30, we need to achieve a shutter speed of 1/60s. This will result in the most perfect aerial shots.

In the videos, you will learn how to use ND filters when filming with the DJI FPV drone.

 

Filter
PolarPro DJI FPV ND Filters 8/16/32

PolarPro DJI FPV ND Filters 8/16/32

82,50 €

in stock 1 pcs

-4% DJI FPV - Freewell ND Filter Set 4/8/16/32

DJI FPV - Freewell ND Filter Set 4/8/16/32

41,66 € 40,00 €

in stock2 pcs

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