Nflightcam Propeller Filter for GoPro Hero5, Hero6, Hero7 Black
Our propeller filter and adapter designed to fit the GoPro Hero5, Hero6, and Hero7 Black, this removes the propeller in 90% of the conditions encountered on a typical VFR flight. It is intended for use both in the cockpit or mounted externally on your aircraft.
HOW IT WORKS:
The GoPro's image sensor is controlled by the amount of light it senses. In normal lighting conditions, the sensor runs faster than the propeller, causing distortion and odd lines in your video. Our filter modulates the amount of light entering the sensor and keeps the speed of the sensor slower than the propeller. Since the amount of light changes constantly and the filter does not, we designed the filter to completely remove the propeller in 90% of the conditions experienced in VFR flight. For best results, we recommend avoiding shots straight into the sun.
We have designed this adapter to attach any 58mm lens to the GoPro. We supply you with a high-quality Neutral Density glass filter from Tiffen for removing the propeller, and you can add your own polarizers or other filters for other activities. Our adapter is milled using precision CNC from aircraft-grade aluminum.
This filter is also available as part of our NFlightCam Cockpit Kit for GoPro Hero5/6/7 Black.
GoPro Hero5, Hero6, and Hero7 Black. Not compatible with any other GoPro, including White or Silver versions.
*Camera not included
Excellent. Prompt shipping and great product.
Thank you for all your help. You even saved me money by explaining to me how to connect the audio/power cords to the GoPro. I thought I needed a separate case, but you helped me use the case I have…thank you!
Does everything it claims to do. Easy to install and works great. Adapter uses standard camera filters, so different effects can be achieved old-school.
Awesome! I paired the prop filter with Nflightcam’s metal camera cage (wouldn’t want the pretty new Hero 7 Black flying back towards my canopy at 100 knots! Great videos and now you see what I see …
The filter did everything published about it. I'm happy.