Tiffen 3-Filter Neutral Density/Polarizer Kit for DJI Osmo Pocket

Write a Review

Store Availability:

AshburnFalls Church
In stockCall for avail.


Shoot stunning daylight videos in all weather conditions with your DJI Osmo Pocket handheld gimbal using this 3-Filter Neutral Density/Polarizer Kit from Tiffen. The filters are easy to install and snap onto your Osmo Pocket's lens with magnets.

The ND4/PL, ND8/PL, and ND16/PL neutral density/polarizer filters included in this pack reduce light from entering the camera lens by two, three, and four stops, respectively, and help to enhance color saturation. The polarizer function helps to reduce reflection and glare from surfaces like water or glass, especially when taking landscape shots on sunny days.

Each multi-coated filter is made with anti-scratch, water-resistant, high-definition optical glass. The filters are easy to snap on, and lightweight to ensure they don't interfere with the Osmo Pocket's gimbal. They are made with durable aluminum rings with strong magnets to keep them in place. The filters come in a metal case to protect and transport them.

ND4/PL Filter

The ND4/PL filter for the Osmo Pocket reduces the amount of light entering the camera lens by two stops. It helps to slow down the shutter speed considerably and is ideal for use in cloudy daylight conditions.

ND8/PL Filter

The ND8/PL filter cuts light by three stops, helping you capture crystal-clear footage and images on partly cloudy days. This filter is also useful for preventing the 'jello' effect often seen when filming objects in motion, and for giving footage of objects in motion a natural blur.

ND16/PL Filter

The ND16/PL filter is effective for cutting the amount of light hitting the camera sensor by four stops. It helps capture cinematic footage on normal sunny days.

Polarizer Filter Effect

The polarizer function built into each ND/PL filter lens is designed to deliver sharp images when shooting outdoors in sunny conditions. The filter also helps prevent glare from naturally reflective surfaces such as snow, windows, and water.


Ask our experts