Tiffen Filters for DJI Mavic Air 2: Get the perfect exposure on your drone
The Tiffen filters for the DJI Mavic Air 2 helps with one of the biggest drawbacks drone pilots suffer from: sunlight. The worst thing is spending hours collecting shots of skylines or mountains only to have every shot ruined by the sun. These filters try to eliminate that pain with the filters for the DJI Mavic Air 2. They limit light, preventing overexposure, and limit glare. For a set of lenses, $70 might seem a little insane; but these lenses are jam-packed full of features.
Tiffen Filters for DJI Mavic Air 2
- 10-year warranty
- Waterproof multi-coating
- Anti-scratch multi-coating
- Natural density limits the amount of light to decrease the risk of overexposure
- Polarizer limits reflection and glare
- Allows wider aperture for depth of field
- Allows slower shutter speeds
- 4K Optical Glass
What is it?
The Tiffen filter kit is a set of three filters, each with a different number of light stops. The ND8PL has three stops, the ND16PL has four stops, and the ND32PL has five stops, each additional stop filtering more and more light.
What does it do?
Each filter blocks light, but at different levels. Depending on the level of exposure desired prompts a specific filter. The more stops a filter has, the more light it filters. In addition to this, the filters contain a polarizer which limits reflection and glare from the sunlight. Because the light level is reduced, a wider aperture can be used, thus causing a depth of field effect. You could also use these filters to get a shot with slower shutter speeds.
While you can’t control the sunlight, you can control how you use it with the Tiffen filters for the DJI Mavic Air 2. It’s as easy as clipping the filter onto the lens of your drone. If you frequently take outdoor shots but aren’t satisfied with the light levels, it is highly suggested you take a look at this product. Click for pricing and more information on the new Mavic Air 2 ND/PL Filter Kit from Tiffen Filters.
To learn more about the new DJI Mavic Air 2 drone, click here to land on the product page on DJI’s official website.