FIX DJI Mavic Flicker lines Issue with Sandmarc ND16 Filter test

In this video I am showing you how to avoid dark strobe flicker lines while filming with your DJI Mavic Pro or Platinum with an ND filter, as those are cast by the blade casting a shadow on the sensor on a certain frequency with high shutter speeds with Rolling Shutter sensor. And by lowering the shutter speeds we can avoid these lines from happening, due to that the lower shutterspeeds wont match the speeds of the blades rotating.

Here I am testing the filters Sandmarc provided me to test. But to be honest we directly just used ND16 as it was a pretty bright day and pretty much flying several times we just kept the ND16 always on the Mavic, as the ND4, ND8 and CPL would still require to film at really high shutterspeeds which will also still result in getting dark rolling shutter lines.

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