Description: Name:Lens filter for DJI Mavic 2 Zoom Drone Gimbal Camera Lens Frame:Ultra-thin Optical Frame Lens Material:optical glass, Multi-layer Coating Frame Material:Aviation aluminum alloy Color: Gold Gift box package Compatible With: DJI Mavic 2 Zoom This ND filters are great for portraiture and outdoor scenes.Ideal for shooting and capturing professional quality images and videos. All filters are light enough, no negative impact on the gimbal lens for normal fly.
The filters are designed to stay on the camera during startup and calibration. Ultra-Light design for smooth gimbal operation can avoid causing the gimbal to overload. Made of HD optical glass, which can increase light transmission without dark corners. The multilayer coating design makes the lens filters lightweight and durable.
UV (Ultraviolet) Filter Reduce haze and improve contrast to your video and digital images by minimizing the amount of ultraviolet (UV) light.Especially useful in areas of high altitude, snow, or beach, eliminating the undesirable blue cast.Imported optical glass, top level of transmittance.
CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter Removes unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as water or glass and glare from the sun.Increases color saturation, creating deep, rich scenic images.Helps to reduce the amount of light entering the lens.Especially useful in reflective or stray light.
Neutral Density Filter(ND4 ND8 ND16 ND32 ) Great for portraiture and outdoor scenes in strong sunlight. Reduces the amount of light reaching the film without affecting the color. Applies slow shutter speed under strong sunlight exposure. Allows wider apertures, effectively decreasing depth of field. ND4 reduces the intensity by two degree; ND8 reduces three...... Made of high-quality optical glass.
Package Include: Lens Filters for Mavic 2 Zoom(optional)
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