VND 6-9 stop filter for DJI Osmo Pocket/DJI Pocket 2 PGYTECH P-19C-070
Get 4 filters in 1 and create even more creative shots. PGYTECH's 6-9 stop VND filter is designed for the DJI Osmo Pocket and DJI Pocket 2, and the magnetic mount makes it much easier to install. The accessory is made of high-grade, German SCHOTT optical glass and aircraft-grade aluminum, which provide it with lightness, yet strength.
No more wasting time changing your filter when lighting conditions change. PGYTECH's accessory will give you full control over the amount of light entering your camera lens. Choose freely from ND64, ND128, ND256 and ND512 equivalents. The VND filter is perfect for outdoor use - simply twist it to precisely adjust the effects to your needs. With its help you can reduce highlights, prevent overexposure and obtain clear, saturated, stunning colors in your photos.
Created for your mini-camera
You don't have to worry about the accessory interfering with your pocket camera. The aluminum frame is incredibly lightweight - it will not affect the calibration of the gimbal in any way. At the same time, the filter is child's play to install. The magnetic mount makes it so that you can mount your new accessory in no time to then create your next masterpiece!
Highest image quality
German SCHOTT optical glass reduces glare and provides superior image quality. It has undergone repeated polishing and grinding to guarantee a low refractive index, resulting in clear, natural, perfectly balanced colors for the images taken.
Easy to maintain
Maintaining the filter in perfect condition will not cause you any problem. The accessory has been covered with multiple protective layers that provide it with resistance to water, grease, scratches and other damages. You can easily keep it clean - unwanted smudges or stains will never spoil your dream shot again.
|Name||Osmo Pocket/Pocket 2 Filter (Professional)|
|Material||Optical glass, aluminum|
|Suitable for||DJI Osmo Pocket, DJI Pocket 2|
|Available equivalents||ND64, ND128, ND256, ND512|
|Filter effect||Reduced shutter speed, reduced highlights, longer exposure time - photography, longer exposure time for timelapses - photography|
|Effect on color||Prevention of overexposure, increased saturation/contrast, increased clarity|