The Neutral Density filter, also called a light reduction filter, reduces the amount of light in very bright conditions so that the camera can choose the correct exposure value and avoid excessive exposure.
It also improves the colour saturation of the picture, and makes the picture more transparent and alive. You can also use a slow shutter speed to shoot some special effects, such as a mist of water, a light track at night, etc.
When you shoot video in direct sun exposure, you can reduce the shutter speed by darkening the lens, so that the video has the appropriate motion blur and looks balanced.
PGYTECH ND filters for the Mavic 2 Zoom uses German Schott glass as its base material, multiple grinding and polishing processes and IAD multi-layer coating technology to ensure the highest performance and to ensure high-definition image quality.