Drone Cinematic Techniques – Cinematic Look through ND-Filters and right Settings

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There are a lot of techniques to achieve the perfect cinematic look with your drone but this one is the easiest and it works always. I give you all the basics you need to create such beautiful…

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  1. I noticed they are also selling in 3 piece Vivid  (ND4/PL, ND8/PL, ND16/PL) & Shutter (ND8, ND16, and ND32). Which set do you go for? I want to try but i don't want to buy all six for now so I want to pick the ones that works all the time.

  2. Buying the Cinema series was the best purchase I've made for my Mavic. I have the standard series on my Inspire 1v2 and I swear the special coating makes a difference. Also, I use the app religiously. I get the correct filter first time, every time.

  3. Hej, Nice video on what these filters actually are!
    I'm new to video making and bought the mavic pro with the polarpro cinema series. The footage is getting smoother with the filters on but i'm still having trouble with my settings of sharpness, contrast and saturation. I still have a lot of noise on the trees from example and is just doesn't look nice when i watch it on my pc afterwards.Any tips on how i should change my settings?

  4. Great Video. Unfortunately the Polarpro App on iOS seems to be rubbish. Trying to calculate the right filter always gives me (in my opinion) wrong values. ISO 100 by a Shutter of 1/50 on 24fps tells me to use no filter – which can't be true

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