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DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Filters

DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Filters

SRP (Snake River Prototyping) create some of, if not the best quality filters for a range of cameras and these now include the fantastic DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter.  Adding a filter to your Vision+ Camera can massively improve the image quality of video and stills.

Why do I need a CP Circular Polarising Filter?

A CP filter can be adjusted to cut down on glare and is commonly used to reduce the effects of glare when filming over water, over snow and bright sunshine.  The effect can be dramatic.  For instance, over water, a CP filter can make the difference between seeing the seabed and the creatures swimming below the surface or seeing only sunlight reflected off the water's surface.  In addition, CP filters will make the sky appear bluer and cause clouds to have more contrast.  When used in snowy conditions, a CP filter will add contrast, allowing the viewer to distinguist features that would normally be over-exposed.

Why do I need a ND Neutral Density Filter?

Neutral Density filters reduce or eliminate the effects of rolling shutter, such as the jello effect and prop blur.  In high vibration environments like a quadcopter platform, the video commonly appears to be shot through a bowl of clear jello.  An ND filter slows down the automatic shutter speed by reducing the amount of light that the camera detects.  This will significantly reduce the jello effect. ND filters come in different levels of light reduction.  Darker ND filters should be used on brighter days (i.e. ND8) and less dark ND filters are used on moderately bright days (i.e. ND4).  Experimenting with different filters in different light conditions is the best way to determine which filter is right.  Prop blur refers to the artifacts that commonly occur when filming a propeller or rotor using a stock camera.  The propeller often is fragmented and is not what's seen by the operator in real life.  An ND filter used in these situations slows down the shutter speed and reduces or eliminates these artifacts.  Again, this reduction depends on the ND filter rating and the lighting conditions.  Experimentation is recommended to select the optimal ND filter.

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SRP CP (Circular Polariser) Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+
SRP CP (Circular Polariser) Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ The V+ Series Circular Polariser Fil..
£34.99
SRP CP/ND4/ND8 Filters for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ (3 Pack)
SRP CP/ND4/ND8 Filters for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ (3 Pack) This 3-pack contains the three most bas..
£99.99
SRP ND4 Neutral Density Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+
SRP ND4 Neutral Density Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ The V+ Series Neutral Density 4 Filter c..
£29.99
SRP ND4/CP Neutral Density/Circular Polariser Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+
SRP ND4/CP Neutral Density/Circular Polariser Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ The V+ Series ND4/..
£54.99£44.99
SRP ND8 Neutral Density Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+
SRP ND8 Neutral Density Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ The V+ Series Neutral Density 8 Filter c..
£34.99
SRP ND8/CP Neutral Density/Circular Polariser Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+
SRP ND8/CP Neutral Density/Circular Polariser Filter for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ The V+ Series ND8/..
£54.99£29.99
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