DJI ND Filter Kit for Mavic 3 Pro/Pro Cine for Long-Exposure Filming (ND8, ND16, ND32, and ND64)

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DJI ND Filter Kit for Mavic 3 Pro/Pro Cine for Long-Exposure Filming (ND8, ND16, ND32, and ND64)

  • DJI ND Filter Kit for Mavic 3 Pro/Pro Cine and Long-Exposure Filming (ND8, ND16, ND32, and ND64)
  • ND8 Filter
  • ND16 Filter
  • ND32 Filter
  • ND64 Filter

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DJI ND Filter Kit for Mavic 3 Pro/Pro Cine for Long-Exposure Filming (ND8, ND16, ND32, and ND64)

The DJI Mavic 3 Series features next-level imaging performance. Mavic 3 Pro's triple-camera system ushers in a new era of camera drones by housing three sensors and lenses with different focal lengths. Equipped with a Hasselblad camera and dual tele cameras, Mavic 3 Pro is a triple-camera drone that unlocks new shooting perspectives, allowing you to embrace creative freedom further, capture fascinating scenery, explore photographic storytelling, and make cinematic masterpieces. The DJI ND Filter Kit is ideal for photographers, Who are using the DJI Mavic 3 Pro and DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine to get the best shot outdoors under bright sunlight. If you want to capture images over an extended period of time or under bright lighting (such as long exposure time-lapse), this Filter Kit along with the triple-camera drone is perfect for you. This kit contains four filters, ND8, ND16, ND32, and ND64 filters.


The filters give seasoned users precise shutter speed control, enabling them to capture fluid footage in bright environments at slower shutter speeds. Even when the shutter opens to 180 degrees with a low ISO, flexible use of this set can guarantee clear footage.

Excellent Performance

The filters are specially designed for the tri-camera imaging system and implement lower light reduction for the tele camera in order to prevent the tele camera from being underexposed while the wide-angle camera and medium tele camera are both properly exposed. The 7x optical zoom's light reduction has been slightly altered to ensure that video shot using all three lenses is equally exposed.

Shutter Speed

This phrase is frequently used to describe the shutter speed in relation to the frame rate. Exposure Time is calculated as Shutter Opening Angle/(360-degree x Frame Rate). For instance, if the shutter is open at 180-degree and the camera is recording at 24 frames per second, the exposure time is 1/48s.


Weight0.011 lb

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