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Flickering ? Do i need an ND filter?
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JACKSTARTH
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Hi guys,


Looking for a little help here, im pretty new to shooting films with my Mavic Pro but seem to be getting a issue where im getting what looks like propeller flickering?

Not sure how i can stop it and its starting to ruin my footage to the point where i cant be bothered to go film. Iv tryed a few diffrent settings but cant get to the bottom of it, i know shooting into the suns not ideal but some times it just what i have to do, would a ND filter stop this from appearing on my footage?

iv attached a Raw clip so you can see what im on about!




Regards
Jack


6-30 15:28
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ski
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yes you "need" an ND filter for daylight shooting, regardless of the potential propeller interference or not. An ND that allows 180degree shutter takes footage from amateur league to looking proper
7-1 08:38
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JACKSTARTH
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Thanks, is there any one you would recommend?
7-1 15:15
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