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PhantomFilters.com - ND2, ND4, ND8, 3 filters $15, free shipping, for DJI Phantom 3

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by PhantomFilters, Jun 12, 2015.

  1. PhantomFilters

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    I'm selling ND-filters (Neutral Density) for DJI Phantom 3, a set of 3 filters (ND2, ND4, ND8), brand new from www.PhantomFilters.com for just $15 including free shipping & handling, worldwide.

    These filters are light weight and install behind the DJI UV-filter which unscrews. The filters do not impede the operation of the gimbal and are safe to use.

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    Learn more about ND-filters here:
    http://www.phantomfilters.bigcartel.com/nd-filters-explained

    Read tip and tricks for getting better video with the DJI Phantom 3 here:
    http://www.phantomfilters.bigcartel.com/videography-tips-for-dji-phantom-3-professional

    Thank you! :)

    www.PhantomFilters.com
     
  2. 2nd2non

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    I see you touching them with fingers. Are they smudge resistant? Easy to clean? What material?
     
  3. PhantomFilters

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    They are made of a polyethylene material (sometimes called "gel"), and can be cleaned (damp soft microfiber). It is always a good idea to handle them with care. I generally only touch them at the sides and with freshly cleaned hands. The camera only use the part of the round ND-filter that the lens can actually "see" (if that makes sense :) ) so generally handling them on the sides is not an issue.
     
  4. PhantomFilters

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  5. tasso

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    I ordered them friday.
    Can wait when the arrive.
     
  6. Skidz

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    Is there any chance of the filters touching/damaging the lens?
     
  7. John buckle

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    Thank you for the e-book!
     
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  8. tasso

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    Of you like to order them don't think you got any support. Two times send a email never got a answer. I asked that question also. Customerservice is not there i think.
     
  9. PhantomFilters

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    Thats very surprising. I reply to all emails. Wonder what could have happened or if it was caught by spam-filter or could you have written the wrong mail-address when entering on the website contact-form? Please send an email again to info@phantomfilters.com :)

    I do my best to help and give support to anyone who contacts me. I believe many will attest this. I'm very sorry if for some reason I missed an email from you.
     
  10. PhantomFilters

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    They can touch the lens but I can't imagine that there is a chance of them damaging the lens. The filters are made of a flexible and light-weight material.

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