PolarPro ND Filters for DJI Mavic Air 2 | Sample Footage



DJI Mavic Air 2:
In this video, we are testing out the PolarPro vivid collection ND filters for the DJI Mavic Air 2. This set features an ND8/PL, ND16/PL, and an ND32/PL. The built-in polarizer is a nice feature to have to help cut back glare on reflective surfaces in turn allowing for better saturation and a nice overall look. In this video, I show some sample video footage from the Mavic Air 2 both with a PolarPro ND filter installed and some footage just shot with automatic settings with no ND filter for comparison. All footage is raw straight from the memory card of the Mavic Air 2, with no color grading/correcting done in post.

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33 Replies to “PolarPro ND Filters for DJI Mavic Air 2 | Sample Footage”

  1. Craving Trails

    Great video, verry helpfull. Little comment; please take better care of your voice-volume next time, it was jumping way up when you whent outside and allmost blew up my speakers (they where inexpecive but he.)
    Otherwise, keep up the good work!

  2. #garyinavan.

    Hello. the filters make a lot of difference… the image is a.lot chrisper. Q: I am looking to get the Mavric Mini, as my first stone, are the filters you used compatible for the Mavric Mini…

  3. Anthony Rio

    Hello my friend. Just a quick notation : I noticed that the – hash mark on the lens was off to the side after being installed ? Isn't the hash supposed to be rotated straight up to utilize the polarization of the lens properly? (meaning it is a straight line across the ens and it cuts the glare from the sky, while then utilizing the neutral density for landscape and thus allowing the fullest image capture between the bright sky and shadows of landscape?) I am very new to all of this but just noticed. Thank you for your videos.

  4. Rocky Cola

    Thx for this wonderful video. Something must be wrong with me, as I love shallow depth of field on a camera in stills and video. However I just don’t get the whole motion blur thing. I actually find motion blue more distracting and less pleasing in motion than no motion blue. Also in this example the less motion blur videos were much smoother and less stuttery. Obviously it’s personal preference, but if it wasn’t for the look of shallow depth of flies on ground based camera footage I could not care less about the whole motion blue thing. Just don’t get it.

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