PGYTECH, a Chinese company specialized in drone and action camera filters, has launched an entire lineup of filters for the DJI Mavic Air 2. Those “on the budget” filters are now available for preorder and including UV/CPL/ND/ND-PL filters. All filters use German SCHOTT glass, they are double-sided coated, and they come with a lifetime warranty. Let’s take a closer look at these affordable filters for the DJI Mavic Air 2!
PGYTECH DJI Mavic Air 2 Filters
The DJI Mavic Air 2 is a very compact and capable drone that can capture 4K 60P videos and FullHD videos at up 240fps. Also, you can take photos in a 48MP resolution, 8K hyper-lapse, with a maximum flight time of 34 minutes. For more information, you can read our entire review and first-look article here.
To get better images out of the Mavic Air 2’s 1/2″ sensor, PGYTECH has just introduced a full lineup of filters. There are four types of filters in total:
- A UV filter to protect the lens.
- A CPL filter that eliminates glare from reflective surfaces, such as water, snow, or even glass windows when flying outdoors.
- Four ND filters (sold as a set) with various strengths from ND8 to ND64 to cut the amount of light that enters your lens.
- Finally, an ND-PL filter set that features an ND-PL8, ND-PL16, ND-PL32, and ND-PL64 filter. These filters combine an ND and CPL filter to get crystal clear images with the right exposure.
All filters are made from aluminum, and they are lightweight at only 1.03g for the UV/ND filters and 1.4g for the CPL and ND-PL filters. All the PGYTECH DJI Mavic Air 2 filters are double-sided coated for waterproof, anti-oil, and anti-scratch performances. Also, each filter uses German SCHOTT glass with multiple grinding for the best possible image quality and no color shift.
Pricing and Availability
All PGYTECH Mavic Air 2 filters are currently in the pre-order stage. The UV filter retails for $14.90, the CPL filter is $19.90, the ND set is $49.90, and the ND-PL set is $69.90. All filters will start shipping soon. For additional information, please visit the PGYTECH website here.
In comparison, DJI also sells Mavic Air 2 filter sets – ND4/8/32 and ND16/64/256 sets – and they retail for $65.00 each.
What do you think about these new PGYTECH Mavic Air 2 filters? Did you already buy DJI’s latest compact drone? Let us know in the comments below!