The ND filters are specifically designed for the Pavo Pico Brushless Whoop Quadcopter. Meanwhile, the DJI O3 Air Unit ND Filters are tailored for the DJI O3 Air Unit and are capable of reducing the amount of light that enters the camera lens. With this feature, you can achieve slower shutter speeds or wider apertures when flying.
These lightweight filters are crafted from high-quality optical class ensuring optimal image clarity and are too easy to install on the build.
ND4 Filter: Ideal for dark, cloudy days
ND8 Filter: Perfect for cloudy days or early morning/late afternoon sunlight
ND16 Filter: Suitable for use on bright, sunny days
ND32 Filter: Designed for exceptionally bright conditions, such as snow or water reflections
CPL Filter: Enhances color saturation and contrast by reducing glare from reflective surfaces
Clear UV Filter: Protects your camera lens from dust, dirt, and scratches
The filter supports two installation methods. To install the filter, align it with the lens position and clip it into the frame horizontally or vertically. To remove it, grip the lens mount with your thumb and pull it out.
Horizontal installation of the UV filter is more suitable for shooting ground or scenery as it effectively reduces reflections and scattering, avoiding excessive refraction of light that may affect image quality. It also provides added protection to the camera lens surface, reducing the risk of damage. Vertical installation of the UV filter is best for shooting reflective surfaces such as water or glass, as it better reduces reflections and prevents them from interfering with the shot.