The PolarPro DJI Spark Prime Filter 3-Pack is constructed with high-quality materials that enable you to capture the best image quality possible. PolarPro prides itself on its craftsmanship and attention to detail when it comes to building filters, and we made no exception with our camera filters for DJI's Spark. Included in the Prime 3-Pack are a fixed Polarizer, ND8, and ND16 filter. Each filter is constructed with our HD glass for razor sharp clarity. Crafted with aircraft grade aluminum, the filter frames are designed to be lightweight yet extremely durable. We back all our filters with a lifetime guarantee and promise you will be satisfied with your filters. We also guarantee that these filters are 100% compatible with the camera’s start-up initialization and are within the maximum weight-load the gimbal can safely handle. PolarPro's DJI Spark Prime 3-Pack is perfect for pilots who wish to enhance their image quality and capture smooth, cinematic content.
Polarizer Filter (fixed) (0.67g): The fixed Spark Polarizer filter is pre-set to a horizontal polarization angle to reduce glare and lens flaring. It is designed to be extremely easy to use with no adjustments required. This polarizing filter reduces glare and increases color saturation and contrast.
ND8 Filter (0.67g) : The ND8 Spark filter reduces the camera's shutter speed by 3-stops. The purpose of a ND filter is to slow shutter speed and give your video a smooth, cinematic look. Generally, you will use the ND8 on cloudy to partly cloudy days for best results.
ND16 Filter (0.67g): The ND16 Spark filter reduces the camera's shutter speed by 4-stops. With this filter you will get the best results on partly cloudy to sunny days. The ND16 will slow the DJI Spark’s shutter speed to give your videos a smooth, cinematic look.
Why Use A Neutral Density Filter?
The primary purpose of a ND filter is to reduce camera shutter speed. The 180-degree rule of shutter is a standard in motion pictures and cinema. This principle states that shutter speed should be double the frame rate to get each frame to blend together in order to create a smooth, cinematic look and feeling. If you are shooting in 4K at 30 frames per second, you want your shutter speed to be near 1/60th. To achieve a 1/60th shutter speed outdoors, typically you will need a ND filter. You will use different strengths of ND filters for different lighting conditions. Generally, the brighter it is outside, the stronger the ND filter you will need. To summarize, ND filters help lower shutter speed to capture smooth, cinematic content.
How Does PolarPro's Polarizer Filter Work?
PolarPro's Polarizer helps reduce glare reflecting off of water, the ground, trees and pretty much everything under the sun. By reducing glare, enhanced and more saturated colors are left behind making your videos or images pop. In addition to increased color saturation, our Polarizer filter will help increase contrast.
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