Freewell Standard Day - 4K Series - 4Pack Filters Compatible with Mavic Air 2 Drone
- 4-pack of filters for DJI Mavic Air 2
- Includes 1 x ND4, ND8, ND16 & CPL filter
- Helps adjust for cloudy to sunny days
- Reduces the appearance of reflections
- Features GimbalSafe lightweight construction
- Equipped with multiple layers of protective coatings
- Includes a color-neutral coating to improve quality
- Magnetic filter case is included for convenient storage.
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Elevate your DJI Mavic Air 2's aerial photography game with these Standard Day Filters from Freewell, specially tailored to combat varying lighting conditions. This comprehensive 4-pack includes an ND4, ND8, ND16, and CPL filter. The neutral density filters are meticulously engineered to control the volume of light reaching the Mavic Air 2's camera sensor, making them indispensable for shooting on cloudy to bright sunny days. Meanwhile, the circular polarizer filter excels at reducing unwanted reflections in your images and videos.
These filters fully embrace Freewell's GimbalSafe technology, assuring their lightweight design won't compromise your gimbal's performance during flight. They're fortified with multiple layers of protective coatings, rendering each filter waterproof, dustproof, scratchproof, and oilproof, while an additional color-neutral coating enhances image quality. The ND filters grant you manual exposure control by regulating the light entering the lens, enabling you to shoot at wider f-stops in bright lighting conditions and mitigating the "Jell-O" effect caused by gimbal vibration.
The ND4 reduces light by two stops, ideal for overcast days, the ND8 reduces it by three stops, perfect for slightly cloudy conditions, and the ND16 reduces it by four stops, optimal for normal, bright daylight scenarios. On the other hand, the CPL filter excels at reducing scattered light and reflections, enhancing colors and contrast in your footage. These filters collectively empower you to capture captivating visuals while navigating the challenges posed by Mother Nature's ever-changing lighting.