There is no doubt that many small accessories can make or break a professional photoshoot, wherever the location and whatever the subject. Every photographer worthy of the title can attest to that. Some of those elements are responsible for creating flattering lighting, some of them offer much needed stabilization (e.g. gimbals and tripods) and then there are those that affect how the light reaches image sensor. This is what camera lens filters are designed to do - those tiny, simply constructed yet crucial optical attachments.
A set of three filters brand PolarPro intended for drone DJI Mavic Air. The kit includes filters ND4/PL, ND8/ND16 EN and/EN, they extend the shutter speed without changing the color profile. Filters you can easily and quickly be mounted, their light weight does not affect the operation gimbala.
Set 3 PCs filter PolarPro Cinema Series Shutter, designed for drone DJI Mavic Pro 2 or the Zoom. This series of filters provides high quality images and ease of mounting and Dismounting. Included filters: ND4, ND8 and ND16.
Set 3 PCs filter PolarPro Shutter, designed for drone DJI Phatnom 4 Pro and Advanced. Thanks to the filters to get the best image for the given conditions of lighting, they also reduce exposure. Filters are made from high quality materials. The kit includes filters such as: ND8, ND16 and ND32.
Filter Pgytech HD-ND4, designed for a camera drone DJI Mavic 2 Zoom. ND filters reduce the amount of light entering the lens in very bright lighting conditions. ND4 refers to a series of Professional, filters constructed of high quality glass wielopowłokowego Schott. Aluminum frame fits to the color of the drone.
PolarPro filter ND64 Cinema Series, designed for drone DJI Mavic Pro six times increases the duration the shutter is open. Made of high quality material, ensuring the best quality optics. Low weight filter allows smooth movement of the device.
Nd filter HD-ND4 series Professional Pgytech designed for drone DJI Mavic Pro 2. The filter increases the exposure time, which allows you to get a blur effect. Made of high quality Schott glass. Thanks to the technology of multiple coatings, the ISI and claims to the grinding process provides the highest standards of image quality.
UV filter for drone DJI Mini Mavic. It serves to protect the glass lens from mechanical damage and reduces the amount of harmful ultraviolet radiation entering the lens. Made from the highest quality Schott glass and aluminum.
Filter HD-ND4 of the company Pgytech from the Advanced. Was developed for drone DJI Mavic 2 Zoom. Made of optical glass and of aluminium, its low weight does not affect the operation gimbala. Glass, high transparency, making the image more clear and sharp.
Set of filters for drone DJI Mavic Mini is designed for users who demand the best quality performance and a wide range of possibilities. ND filter increases the shutter speed, to achieve a cinematic effect while recording or photographing with a long exposure. The kit includes: ND8, ND16, ND32 and ND64.
Many beginners do not pay them enough attention, which is a pity considering how they can transform the quality of images. In this section of our online store you will find every type of filter that will take your photography skills to the next level. When choosing a proper filter for a drone camera remember to check if it is compatible with with your gear, especially when it comes to size - filters that are too big can disturb the flying pattern of your drone, making it harder for you to navigate.
The general principle behind it is very simple: every object reacts to light in a way that is specific to the material it is made of. According to the characteristic traits of said material, some of the light is reflected, while some of it is absorbed. As a result, human eye can differentiate between colors which are essentially just various frequencies. The same happens with filters which can be made from glass, gelatin, polymer fibers and from other fabrics that are put between two thin plates of glass or plastic. Those carefully produced layers determine the scope of the color spectrum that can pass through them and reach the image sensor, resulting in professionally looking photography.
Polarizing filters are exception to this rule, as they don’t impact frequency. Instead, they transform unpolarized light into polarized which is - in short - the process of blocking out light waves that are vibrating in multiple planes of polarization. Light that emerges through the use of polarizing filter is vibrating on a single plane. Resulting images are vivid and saturated with reduced glare and haze.
A long time ago, in the age of black and white analog photography, the most commonly used filters were colored ones, varying in hues, size and thickness, that were meant to control the level of saturation. Nowadays almost all of us use digital cameras, so contemporary photographers face different problems, mainly concerning image quality. Modern filters are all similar in the way they look, meaning that they are mostly transparent, so even experts have troubles telling different types apart just by looking at them. True distinction lies in their construction and popular types are: polarizing, neutral density, infrared and UV filters. Drones - which are quickly gaining notoriety among photography enthusiasts - are usually equipped with UV and polarizing ones. They are mainly used to protect camera lenses from injuries, as filters are generally not as expensive to replace. If you want to film when the light is very intense - e.g. on a clear day or during a harshly lit event - consider buying a neutral density filter that will tone down exposure without altering colors.