In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we wanted to show you guys how to get cinematic drone shots. We don't mean by color grade, cinematic bars, or controller movement. We mean by using the proper shutter speed. However, in order to get the proper shutter speed for the best motion blur, you need to use ND filters. In this video, we break down an ND filter that we have been using on our DJI Mavic Pro and how it has worked out for us. Check it out below!
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Which one do we recommend?
We love the ND filters made by Sandmarc.They are not paying us to promote them, we just really like their drone ND filters and they have saved us on countless shoots. What is great about their products is that they are reliable and built much better than the DJI ND filters.
By far, the drone ND filters made by Sandmarc surpass the quality of the ones made by DJI. The DJI ones feel cheap and unreliable while the Sandmarc filters have a nice feel to them. They get put on like a cap instead of tiny cheap clips. You can be confident that it will not fall off while in the air.
Want to learn some cinematic drone moves?
Watch the video below to learn a couple tips and tricks on cinematic drone movements when flying.
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