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ND Filter Sets for DJI Mavic 3 Classic Drones

From fixed ND filters to variable ND filters with multiple aperture options, find the drone filter set that best suits your needs.

Comparison of the same photo taken with and without an ND Filter

Kase ND and Polarizing Filters for the DJI Mavic 3 Classic Drone

DRONE DJI Mavic 3 Pro Astro Neutral Night Light Pollution Filter
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DRONE DJI Mavic 3 Pro Polarizer
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More about ND Filters for the DJI Mavic 3 Classic

Why should you have an ND filter for your DJI Mavic 3 Classic Drone?

Generally, filters are used to create or reduce an effect. Neutral density filters or ND filters are used to achieve a uniform darkening of the image. This effect is comparable to sunglasses. Neutral density filters are made of glass or plastic and are screwed or plugged in front of the lens.

The darkening of the image is achieved by neutral gray colored lenses. That is why they are called gray filters, among other things. In addition, the use of ND filters allows flexible adjustment options, such as the shutter speed and ISO value of the camera drones.

In addition, gray filters are needed for long exposures with a drone. The smear and flow effects are caused by slow shutter speeds.

Neutral density filter exposure times when photographing with drones

  • DJI ND4 Filter: Passes 1/4 of the incident light, Reduces light by 2-stops
  • DJI ND8 Filter: Passes 1/8 of the incident light, Reduces the light by 3-stops
  • DJI ND16 Filter: Transmits 1/16 of the incident light, Reduces the light by 4 stops
  • DJI ND32 Filter: Transmits 1/32 of incident light, reduces light by 5 stops
  • DJI ND64 Filter: Passes 1/64 of the incident light, Reduces the light by 6-stops

The higher the number, the darker the ND filter. In this case, the higher the number, the less light gets through. This means that a higher ND number allows longer exposures. Read more about ND filters exposure times and consult our table

Meanwhile, there are also hybrid filters, which are a combination of polarizing filters and neutral density filters. Hybrid filters for camera drones combine the advantages of the CPL and ND filters. Light reflections are minimized and the image is evenly exposed.

How to choose the right ND filter strength for your DJI Mavic 3 Classic Drone?

ND4 Filter
Reduces the incoming light on cloudy days
ND8 Filter
On slightly cloudy days, the light is dimmed by 3 stops
ND16 Filter In normal light conditions with no clouds in the sky, incoming daylight is minimized by 4 stops
ND32 Filter Reduces light penetration on bright, sunny days
ND64 Filter The light incidence is reduced by 6 stops on very sunny days or in snow and water

You can find our ND filter table with exposure times here.

Popular accessories for drones

Despite the Mavic 3 Classic's manual aperture, an ND filter set is essential. Various camera filters can be used for photography and filming with drones. Learn more details about useful accessories for the DJI Mavic 3 Classic drone: