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TACO-RC Multi-Coating yes or not

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Nejkoy, Mar 27, 2016.

  1. Nejkoy

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    Hello

    I need advice. I think I get the most for the price with TACO ND filters. ND4...8...16...32. But I don't know what is Multi-Coating?
    Do i need THIS (MultiCoating) or are THIS(no MultiCoating) OK?

    tnx
     
  2. mandalay

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    Multi-coating filters help reduce most surface reflections and allow maximum light transmission according to one of the posts in this thread. I'm using a MC set and highly recommend it since they have the same size, weight, and screw on just like DJI filters. You can also use them on Phantom 4 with its gimbal lock if you decide to upgrade the bird later.
    TACO-RC ND filters set (ND4/8/16/32) for DJI Phantom 3
     
  3. Nejkoy

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    Do you have multicoated? Multicoated are about 80€. And if I buy non mulicoted I get for the same money also ND64.
     
  4. mandalay

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    Yes I do have multi-coated ones and I like them. But it's your call on what to buy obviously.
     
  5. Nejkoy

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    Great. Have you ever needed more than ND32? ND64?
     
  6. mandalay

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    I have not but it's nice to have if you live somewhere that is really sunny like in Arizona maybe.