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wael216
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Hello folks,
Are they any filters for low light filming with osmo pocket ?


4-15 05:57
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DJDream
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Generally for low light filming you'd need as much light as possible.
Only for very bright objects and environments you'll need a ND filter (8/16/32).
You may also consider the a Light Pollution Reduction Camera Lens Filter which reduces the light pollution on urban area during evenings, link below;
https://www.amazon.com/gp/produc ... 0?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I just bought this filter and arrived today . I'll be glad to share my thoughts on it after I'll test it. There are many reviews on youtube related to this filter.
Cheers !
4-15 06:03
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El Diabolico
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What are you going to film? Filters depend on your goal... is it a timelapse, cityscapes, long exposures?
4-15 06:22
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DJI Tony
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Hi, thanks for the inquiry. We're hoping that you could get the best recommendation on where you could possibly purchase the filters that you may use on the Osmo Pocket. For additional information, we're also offering ND filters on our store that you may use, however, it seems that these filters will not be suited on low light filming. You may check the link below for your reference. Thank you for continued support.

https://store.dji.com/product/osmo-pocket-nd-filters-se
4-15 11:32
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wael216
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El Diabolico Posted at 4-15 06:22
What are you going to film? Filters depend on your goal... is it a timelapse, cityscapes, long exposures?

it will be a cityscape during night time
and for the moment i'm getting a lot of numeric grain
4-17 04:56
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BeterBan
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Filters are not wizards - use a program for denoising.
4-17 05:06
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Wiz33
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wael216 Posted at 4-17 04:56
it will be a cityscape during night time
and for the moment i'm getting a lot of numeric grain

If it's noise from the sensor, no filter can fix it  and you have to do it in post. If it's air pollution reflecting lights or haze, then a Clear night filter can help but may cause a slight color tint but that can be corrected in post also.
4-17 07:13
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Ray-CubeAce
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wael216 Posted at 4-17 04:56
it will be a cityscape during night time
and for the moment i'm getting a lot of numeric grain

Try something like this in post editing.
https://www.neatvideo.com/
4-17 07:41
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El Diabolico
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wael216 Posted at 4-17 04:56
it will be a cityscape during night time
and for the moment i'm getting a lot of numeric grain

If you aren't doing time lapses the only filter you might need is a Night Filter (to cut some of the light pollution). I believe Skyreat makes one (they call it 'Natural Night' but be careful because Skyreat filters scratched my OP lens with their unprotected magnet strip..

You shouldn't get much digital noise with the OP... what are your setting?
+1 for Neat Video
4-18 00:30
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