In this video, I’m going to show you one way you can determine which strength ND filter to use when you are shooting video. I always shoot my videos in Manual mode. I also try to keep my aperture between f/3 and f/5.6. This range gives me the sharpest images. I also want to maintain my desired shutter speed and ISO. So my only real option is to use ND filters.
I have ND filters that range from 2 stops to 4 stops. I can also stack two of them if I need a darker ND filter because my camera allows me to screw on the filters.
An example of ND filters from PolarPro are:
- ND4: Cuts light by 2 f-stops
- ND8: Cuts light by 3 f-stops
- ND16: Cuts light by 4 f-stops
Watch the video!
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