Freewell ND2000 Long Exposure Filter for DJI Mavic Air

BH #FRFWMAND2000 • MFR #FW-MA-ND2000
Freewell ND2000 Long Exposure Filter for DJI Mavic Air
Key Features
  • For DJI Mavic Air Drones
  • Take Long Exposures in Bright Sunlight
  • Reduces Light by 11 Stops
  • Multicoated Optical Glass on Both Sides
Achieve cinematic still photographs with this ND2000 Long Exposure Filter for DJI Mavic Air from Freewell. This ND2000 neutral density (ND) filter can reduce the amount of light from entering the lens by 11 stops, letting you capture long exposure images in extremely bright conditions. It's constructed from a durable aluminum alloy that's lightweight enough to not negatively affect the gimbal's performance, but strong enough to withstand outdoor conditions. To help achieve the best image results possible, Freewell utilized optical glass in the filter's construction and gave each side eight layers of optical coating.
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Expected availability: 6-10 weeks
$29.99

Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
Filter Density
ND1000ND2000
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Freewell FW-MA-ND2000 Overview

Achieve cinematic still photographs with this ND2000 Long Exposure Filter for DJI Mavic Air from Freewell. This ND2000 neutral density (ND) filter can reduce the amount of light from entering the lens by 11 stops, letting you capture long exposure images in extremely bright conditions. It's constructed from a durable aluminum alloy that's lightweight enough to not negatively affect the gimbal's performance, but strong enough to withstand outdoor conditions. To help achieve the best image results possible, Freewell utilized optical glass in the filter's construction and gave each side eight layers of optical coating.

UPC: 680051062105

Freewell FW-MA-ND2000 Specs

MaterialsAluminum Alloy, Optical Glass
Optical Coatings16 Layers, 8 on Each Side
Light Reduction11 Stops
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