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I got 2 sets, one for my Pro and one for my zoom. While Im not a photographer, I can remark on the fit and finish of these filters and it is very good. I immediately liked the color of the filters, and the plastic case and microfiber cloth they came with (the Zooms came with the cloth, the Pros didnt, maybe an oversight).

The Zoom filters screw on easily, no cross threading on to the motor assembly. The filter itself has a nice notched finish on it to make gripping and rotating it easy. The filter does not disturb or interrupt initial startup calibration by banging into the Mavic frame, and it's pretty lightweight.

The Pro's filters fit on as flush as the OEM DJI lens, and are easy to install and remove. There's no looseness or play once the filter is on, and it stays where it's supposed to. As in the Zooms, this filter will not interfere with the initial gimbal startup calibration and are light weight as well.

The Mavic 2's filters are a dream to install compared to the Mavic Pro where it's not hard to damage a gimbal component while installing them. Screw on the zoom filter, twist on the Pro filter and youre ready to go. You do need to exercise caution when applying any filter. Grasp the camera barrel and apply the filter, make sure you dont put any stress on any of the gimbal components, or you will have to send it to me to fix!

Skyreat has been providing high quality, economical aftermarket alternatives for DJI drones for a while, and I can recommend these filters.
 

Skyreat

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I got 2 sets, one for my Pro and one for my zoom. While Im not a photographer, I can remark on the fit and finish of these filters and it is very good. I immediately liked the color of the filters, and the plastic case and microfiber cloth they came with (the Zooms came with the cloth, the Pros didnt, maybe an oversight).

The Zoom filters screw on easily, no cross threading on to the motor assembly. The filter itself has a nice notched finish on it to make gripping and rotating it easy. The filter does not disturb or interrupt initial startup calibration by banging into the Mavic frame, and it's pretty lightweight.

The Pro's filters fit on as flush as the OEM DJI lens, and are easy to install and remove. There's no looseness or play once the filter is on, and it stays where it's supposed to. As in the Zooms, this filter will not interfere with the initial gimbal startup calibration and are light weight as well.

The Mavic 2's filters are a dream to install compared to the Mavic Pro where it's not hard to damage a gimbal component while installing them. Screw on the zoom filter, twist on the Pro filter and youre ready to go. You do need to exercise caution when applying any filter. Grasp the camera barrel and apply the filter, make sure you dont put any stress on any of the gimbal components, or you will have to send it to me to fix!

Skyreat has been providing high quality, economical aftermarket alternatives for DJI drones for a while, and I can recommend these filters.
Thank your Rob,I'm glad you like it !
 
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