To expand a little on what kabonski said, polarizer filters are designed to remove certain types of light from your shots. This includes glare, lens flares, and most other kinds of reflected light, all referred to with the blanket term "polarized light". As a side effect of the removal of this light, you will also typically see a boost to contrast and color saturation in the image. The most popular use of this type of filter for drone flight is to cut out the glare from the surface of the water, but polarizer filters are also beneficial in environments that are snowy, have a lot of windows, or on days where the sky is brighter than usual.Hello.
What do these polarized filters do - in layman terms?
I've always wanted to get some but I love the 4K footage that the GoPro's deliver and I'm hesitant to see if they would really benefit
You're welcome. Have fun flying!Thank You for your advice.
And thanks Polar Pro (Oliver) that is amazing, I was hindered by lens flare this weekend whilst flying, so this is perfect - now I can explain to people like I know what I am talking about