The Freewell Bright Day ND/PL set allows me to do all this for the majority of the shooting situations I find myself in--at a great value. It exceeded my standards--surprising me at this price point. It had minimal color cast, which is a characteristic of my pricier land-based filters. It is also sharp across the frame--allowing me to make larger prints from my drone without softness in the detail creeping in. The filters are easy to install (once you get the hang of it) and the circular polarizer marking is easy to see.
If I have to complain about something, it’s got to be the case. That thing can be difficult to open and is EXACTLY the same color and shape as the other Freewell filter sets for the Mavic 2 Pro. If it had a clear top with a hinge--I could see which set to use. Also, instead of having foam that the filters could sit on top of, it would be better to have cut outs that the filters could sink into, as they do tend to get loose within the case. If the only thing I could nitpick about is the case--then these Freewell filters are a must buy.
I decided to share a hyperlapse that I did with the Mavic 2 Pro to show what the circular polarizer and ND filter could do to bring out details in the sky as well as how sharp it is across the entire frame.