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Phantom3ProPilo
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I will be going on a vacation in a month and plan to do some filming on snow
What filters to use?
Does a cloudy day make a difference from a sunny one when choosing the right filter?
I will order PolarPro 6-kit filters but want to know which one's the best for snow
Thanks
2016-11-28
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G_RUD
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It's really going to depend on the weather conditions that day. If the sun is shining on the snow creating lots of glare the CPL (Circular polarizer) will probably be your best bet. But play around with them and see what you like. I would see the CPL being the most beneficial though.
2016-11-28
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Phantom3ProPilo
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G_RUD Posted at 2016-11-29 07:34
It's really going to depend on the weather conditions that day. If the sun is shining on the snow cr ...

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2016-11-30
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Phantom3ProPilo
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Bump
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2016-12-1
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G_RUD
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The PL (Polarize) that comes in the PolarPro will do. It basically does the same thing as polarized sun glass. Use caution when you put this lens onto the camera as it has to be in a specific orientation to work correctly. Just rotate the PL lens on the camera until you see glare reduce heavily.
2016-12-2
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