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DJI Phantom 3 ND16 Filter - Part 56

DJI Phantom 3 ND16 Filter - Part 56

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$29.00

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The ND 16 filter is specifically made for the DJI Phantom 3. It helps you to reduce the amount of light coming into the sensor. It gives you the freedom to create your own work by allowing you to have more control of the cameras aperture, exposure time and sensor sensitivity settings. Effectively, the ND16 filter helps to avoid overexposed photos. The ND16 filter passes through 1/4 of the incoming light. 16=1/16 of the incoming light. This is equal to a 4-stop filter strength.

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