DJI MAVIC AIR ICELAND | CAPTURED WITH THE POLAR PRO VIVID FILTER COLLECTON



ICELAND OR BUST! I was on the island of fire and ice for literally no more then 48 hours. Most of the first day was a throw away due to some of the craziest weather EVER! It was one of the biggest snow storms the island has seen in more than five years! However, I was lucky enough that it cleared up long enough for me to launch the Mavic Air to create a photo / video short film capturing some of that amazing Icelandic scenery that we all know and love.

I can’t believe I captured all of this content in just under five hours. In my opinion, the Mavic Air combined with the PolarPro Vivid filter collection is 100% worth getting! YES there is most likely a Mavic Pro II coming out very soon. But I’m sure it can’t beat how travel light this puppy is. And let me tell you, the 4k @ 100mps is pretty darn sweet!!!

GEAR USED IN VIDEO

DJI MAVIC AIR

POLARPRO VIVID FILTER COLLECTION

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25 Replies to “DJI MAVIC AIR ICELAND | CAPTURED WITH THE POLAR PRO VIVID FILTER COLLECTON”

  1. Alex Dumitrescu

    Amazing footage and great editing! What's your workflow from shooting to importing, editing and exporting? I shoot in 4K and I have a really good editing station, my 4K files play perfect straight out of the drone but after export they are choppy. Thank you!

  2. DVSM

    This is so beautiful!
    How can someone create a video like that with the Mavic Air?
    I had two Mavic Pros and I never got good footage from them. Both were like old phone cameras (I had ND Filters, recorded flat-style and used premiere pro with neat)

  3. N

    Epic vid! I'm new to this and when I see raw footage of the pro and air from "amateurs" I'm not that impressed… how do you get everything so sharp? Do you edit that in adobe? The sharpness and such? Or is it actually from the drone and you just color grade ? Thanks in advance for your possible reply!

  4. playstation1980

    Nice work Stan! You've been really awesome in answering people's questions here and I hope I haven't doubled up on anything. But could you share some tips on which Filter is best to use at what time? I've bought filters 4 through 64, but then some others say no filter is best. What time did you shoot this stuff for example? I know sunrise in Iceland is diff from other places : P

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