How it helps
The Bright Day Filter Kit for GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black from Freewell Gear is an excellent choice for amateurs who wish to capture professional-quality footage with their GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black. It is also the perfect solution for professional cinematographers for getting cinematic footage, with the right balance of contrast and colors.
The Freewell Gear Bright Day Filter Kit for GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black contains four (4) hybrid (ND/PL) filters, meant to help improve the quality of footage captured in bright daytime conditions.
ND8/PL filter for GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black
The ND8/PL hybrid filter from Freewell Gear is designed to restrict the amount of light entering the camera lens by 3 f-stops. It helps to capture sharp and clearer images even in bright sunny conditions outside. It also helps to prevent unwanted glare from marring the quality of your footage or image.
ND16/PL filter for GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black
The ND16/PL hybrid filter from Freewell Gear is meant to reduce the amount of light hitting the camera sensor by 4 f-stops. This helps to capture well-balanced and cinematic images in very bright sunlight conditions, especially in the afternoon and early morning. The filter also provides protection from unwanted reflections of windows or water bodies.
ND32/PL filter for GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black
The ND32/PL filter from Freewell Gear is an excellent way to decrease the drone camera’s shutter speed by 5 f-stops, thus slowing down the shutter speed effectively. This helps to capture sharp and vividly colorful images, in the brightest sunlit conditions. With this filter, you can also capture the much-desired ‘motion blur’ effect which gives your footage a truly cinematic look, apart from protecting your images against unwanted glare from natural surfaces which reflect light.
ND64/PL filter for GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero6 Black, Hero5 Black
The Freewell Gear ND64/PL hybrid filter is effective for slowing down the camera shutter speed to its lowest. This is an excellent way to add the ‘motion blur’ effect which we dream about. It is also effective in preventing unwanted reflections from windows, snow, water bodies, etc from spoiling the image quality.