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Daytime long exposure photos with ND 1000 filter

jpraider

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Hello, sharing some daytime shots i took with my mavic and an ND 1000 filter, impressed with the stability, 1" second shots are almost always good, and if i want a longer exposure i just stack 5 or 10 1" seconds shots in photoshop with decent results.
 

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Nice!! I just got one of these and haven't had a chance to use it yet. Hopefully the weather will cooperate this weekend!
 
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Great Shots... Love 'em! Was this in Tripod mode or standard?
 
Great Shots... Love 'em! Was this in Tripod mode or standard?

Thanks!, it was in standard mode, is there a difference in hover stability between the modes? I always thought the difference was just in the sensitivity of the controls and speed of the mavic when moving.
 
is there a difference in hover stability between the modes? I always thought the difference was just in the sensitivity of the controls and speed of the mavic when moving

I believe - although I'm sure to be corrected if wrong, that in Tripod mode it is also using the downward facing cameras to enhance stability along with the GPS/accelerometer.
 
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I believe - although I'm sure to be corrected if wrong, that in Tripod mode it is also using the downward facing cameras to enhance stability along with the GPS/accelerometer.

Oh cool, I will try it next time! thanks.
 
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