PolarPro DJI Spark Filter 6-Pack (SPRK-5002)SKU: 1000000963
6-Filter Pack / for DJI Spark / PL, ND8, ND16 / ND32, ND8PL, ND16PL
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PolarPro DJI Spark Filter 6-Pack (SPRK-5002)
- Filters engineered specifically for the DJI Spark camera
- Includes a fixed PL, ND8/PL, ND16/PL, ND8, ND16, and ND32 filters
- Filters are crafted with PolarPro’s HD glass for razor sharp clarity
- Aircraft aluminum frame construction is lightweight yet extremely durable
- Easy to use press-on design for quick installation and removal
- Designed to be left on during gimbal start-up
- Built to last and backed by PolarPro’s lifetime warranty
The PolarPro DJI Spark Prime Filter 6-Pack is constructed with high quality materials that enable you to capture the best image quality possible and that last a lifetime. PolarPro prides itself on its craftsmanship and attention to detail when it comes to building filters, and we made no exception with our filters for the Spark. Included in the Prime 6-pack is a fixed PL, ND8/PL, ND16/PL, ND8, ND16, and ND32 filters.
Each filter is constructed with our HD glass for razor sharp clarity. Crafted with an aircraft grade aluminum, the frame is designed to be lightweight yet extremely durable. We back all its filters with a lifetime guarantee and promise you will be satisfied with your filters. We guarantee these filters will be 100% compatible with the DJI Spark camera’s start-up initialization and have been stress tested to be within the maximum weight-limit that the gimbal can safely handle. The PolarPro DJI Spark 6-Pack is perfect for pilots who wish to enhance their image quality and capture smooth cinematic content.
Polarizer Filter (fixed) (PL):
The fixed Spark Polarizer filter is pre-set to a horizontal polarization angle. This is the angle that will reduce the broadest amount of glare. It is designed to be extremely easy to use with no adjustments required. The Polarizer helps reduce glare and increase color saturation and contrast.
3-stop Neutral Density Filter (ND8):
The ND8 Spark Filter reduces the camera's shutter speed by 3-stops. The purpose of an ND filter is to slow shutter speed and give your video a smooth cinematic look. Generally, you will use an ND8 on a cloudy to partly cloudy day for best results.
4-stop Neutral Density Filter (ND16):
The ND16 Spark filter reduces shutter speed by 4-stops. With this filter, you will get the best results on partly cloudy to sunny days. The ND16 will slow the DJI Spark’s shutter speed to give your videos a smooth and cinematic look.
5-stop Neutral Density Filter (ND32):
The PolarPro ND32 filter for the DJI Spark reduces shutter speed by 5-stops. This filter should be used on very bright and sunny days. This filter will reduce the shutter speed and leave the color profile unchanged.
3-Stop Neutral Density + fixed Polarizer (ND8/PL):
The ND8/PL filter reduces shutter speed by 3-stops and polarizes the scene. This filter enables a slower shutter speed and increased color saturation and glare reduction. The Polarizer is fixed horizontally which covers a broad amount of glare. Great for partly cloudy days.
4-Stop Neutral Density + fixed Polarizer (ND16/PL):
The ND16/PL filter reduces shutter speed by 4-stops and polarizes the scene. This filter enables a slower shutter speed and increased color saturation and glare reduction. The Polarizer is fixed horizontally which covers a broad amount of glare. Great for sunny days.
In The Box
• PolarPro PL Filter
• PolarPro ND8 Filter
• PolarPro ND16 Filter
• PolarPro ND32 Filter
• PolarPro ND8/PL Filter
• PolarPro ND16/PL Filter
When to Use
The Guideline is a good starting point for when to use each filter while filming with your Inspire 1, OSMO, Phantom 3, Phantom 4/Pro, Mavic oder Solo. The goal of this chart is to reduce the camera’s shutter speed to 1/60th to give aerial videos a smooth cinematic look, rather than a choppy high shutter speed look. A popular way of filming aerial video is to have your shutter speed at double your frame rate. So, if you are shooting 1080/60, then you want to try to achieve a 1/120th shutter speed. If filming 4K/30 or 24, you will want to be near 1/60th shutter speed.
Pictured Drones are illustrative only and are not included!