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Polar Pro Mavic 2 Pro Cinema Series ND Gradient Filter Collection EXPIRED

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Adorama has Polar Pro Mavic 2 Pro Cinema Series ND Gradient Filter Collection on sale for $49.95. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Features:
  • Anti-Reflection
  • Anti-Water
  • Anti-Oil
  • Polarization Markers
  • Precisely engineered for DJI Mavic 2 Pro (only fits Pro)
  • Horizon indicators laser etched onto frame to easily align your filters
  • Cinema Series Glass - Low refractive index, color neutrality, perfect target transmission
  • What's Included:
    • ND8GR Filter
    • ND164 Filter
    • ND328 Filter
    • Stock UV Tool
    • Premium Magnetic Case
    • Polar Pro Lifetime Limited Warranty
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I always wanted that "silky" look in taking pics of waterfalls. I bought a Amazon Basics tripod and now need filters. With budget in mind....what filters should I get?
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perfect deal! thanks for sharing
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Heads up guys - these are "GRADIENT" nd filters which are only used in certain situations. A regular ND filter will be used much more than these if you don't have a set of those yet.
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If you want to record footage that looks like it belongs in a movie, these filters are absolutely necessary. This tip below is applicable to ND filters as well. The filters listed in this ad are GRADIENT filters, which work well if you're shooting a horizon landscape.
Attach the appropriate filter according to your current lighting conditions/time of day. The instructions give you some suggestions as to which filter to use under which lighting conditions. Change your settings to 4K, 24 FPS, Manual, ISO 100 (May need adjusting), aperture between f/2.8-5.6, shutter speed 1/50. Fly your drone. Start recording. Play back your footage on a nice tv and watch in awe. Bonus points if you color grade.
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#20
Been debating to get these or not. Can't imagine how you would maintain the gimbal tilt the entire time.

Read more here.
https://mavicpilots.com/threads/g...ers.73742/
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Quote from Spyder93090
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I've learned 90% of my photography/videography knowledge from YouTube including ND use!
You make a good point, if we want to learn something there's no excuse.
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