PolarPro ND64 Filter for Phantom 3

PolarPro ND64 Filter for Phantom 3

PolarPro ND64 Filter for Phantom 3

B&H # POP5064 MFR # P5064
PolarPro ND64 Filter for Phantom 3

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Product Highlights

  • Reduces Light by Six Stops
  • Shoot with Lower Shutter Speed
  • Ideal for Bright Daylight Scenes
  • Glass Optics
  • Aluminum Threaded Attachment
  • Lightweight at Just 0.1 Ounces
  • For Phantom 3 Professional/Advanced/4K
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PolarPro ND64 overview

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Featuring glass optics, the ND64 Filter for Phantom 3 from Polar Pro makes it possible to shoot with a 1/60 second shutter speed, even on the brightest of days. By shooting at a nominal shutter speed, the video will retain a more natural motion blur, which is often considered more cinematic.

The filter works with the Phantom 3 Professional, Phantom 3 Advanced, and Phantom 3 4K. The Phantom 3 Standard is not supported.

Note: For faster frame rates, a higher shutter speed is recommended. As a rule of thumb, the shutter speed denominator should be approximately double the frame rate. For example, 1/240 second is ideal for a 120 fps frame rate, just as 1/60 second is ideal for a 30 fps frame rate.

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PolarPro ND64 Filter for Phantom 3
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    PolarPro ND64 specs

    Weight 0.1 oz / 4 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.3 x 2.6 x 0.7"

    PolarPro ND64 reviews

    ND64 Filter for Phantom 3 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too dark, not needed. I ordered this filter thinking I would need it's density to get to a 60th @ 100ASA in 720 60p. It's too dark for that. You may be able to get to a 24th for 24p footage, but you'll have to increase the camera's ASA to at least 800ASA for a proper exposure on a bright sunny day. The filter is well made and fits perfectly on my Phantom 3 Pro. It's a good product, but again it is too dense for practical use in sunny conditions. I also bought from B & H the N32 Polarizer from Polor Pro. This filter is well made also, but at a 60th in 720/60P, I have to set the ASA to 400 or 800 to get a good exposure. A ND16 or a ND8 Polarizer would be about perfect to keep the ASA low (100) and a shutter of a 60th in bright sun.
    Date published: 2016-08-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little bit of color distortion like all Polar Pro's black Great for the price.
    Date published: 2016-09-10
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