Use The Filter Mount + ND Filter
Neutral density (ND) filters play an important role for filmmakers and photographers because they allow you to precisely control the amount of light passing through the lens for greater creative control over exposure. For filmmakers, this means shutter speeds that match your frame-rate while maintaining the depth-of-field you want. For photographers, it means you can reach longer exposures or achieve a shallow depth-of-field in bright sunlight.
Use an ND filter when you want to utilize bright light and that 180 degree shutter rule for video.
If you’re familiar with Neutral Density filters you may already know that a 3-stop filter won’t have a huge impact during brighter hours. Compared to the 6 and 10-stop filters, the 3-stop is not particularly dark and it won’t allow you to use those extremely slow shutter speeds of several minutes. Use a larger stop filter, like a 6 or 10 stop, to better adjust your slow shutter speed.
The simple use of these two tools will keep your shutter speed down and give you the perfect motion blur when you shoot the 180-degree rule at 24/fps. You can buy these nifty tools in our shop at any time.