SKYREAT Filters DJI Phantom 4 Pro ND Lens Filter 4-Pack
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- Only Fits for DJI Phantom 4 PRO Camera
- Aircraft aluminum construction-lightweight gimbal safe design
- Precision threads for smooth installation and removal
- Filter set includes: ND4,ND8,ND8/PL,ND16/PL
- HD glass filters ensure razor sharp clarity and optics.
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|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Package Height||1.1 x 4.9 x 5.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
NOTE:Please recalibrate the gimbal every time after installing the filter!
SKYREAT ND Filters set is engineered specifically for the Phantom 4 Pro camera.Perfect fit on the Phantom 4 Pro camera. The aircraft aluminum AirFrame design is ultra-light and specifically for use on a gimbal.The lightweight construction allows the gimbal to move smoothly.Featuring the highest grade glass and coatings delivering perfect optics for you to enjoy the best quality 4K video & images
ND4 : Cuts light by 2 stops
ND8 : Cuts light by 3 stops
ND8/PL:Cuts light by 3 stops
ND16/PL:Cuts light by 4 stops
1x ND4 Filter
1x ND8 Filter
1x ND8/PL Filter
1x ND16/PL Filter
Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE - The filters seem to be working fine now after a few tests, hopefully it continues. Image is sharp on the p4p with these filters.
The ND+Polarizer is far to heavy for the gimbal motor. I get the gimbal motor overload error. Shame, the nd16 is what I wanted most, will do a few more tests and update the review in the next week. If the problem persists then I will return the product.
I had some concern over the weight after reading reviews, but I haven't had any problems with gimbal overload warnings or poor performance. I either put the filter on before I turn the P4P on, or calibrate the gimbal after it's changed. I think the gimbal does a quick calibration when it turns on, either way, I don't get the warning with my current process. They're clearly heavier, when the stock UV filter is on (and the P4P is off), you can generally balance the camera to look forward - drops instantly with these, but the motors are great at keeping it stable when it's on.
I find the process of rotating the polarizer ring a bit of a pain, and have a hard time finding the best position for the most effect. I point it away from the sun and turn it until the picture looks the best, but I don't see a huge difference, could be the iPhone screen I guess. Devin Graham (big YouTube star, DevinSuperTramp - check him out if you haven't seen his work!) is using the P4P and recently put up a video with his PolarPro set and it was a bit more dramatic, but to be honest, I haven't hit record and spun it to see the effect on the computer screen yet. I'll update this if I find time to add a video.