While Tropical, blue water locations such as the Caribbean are always popular destinations for scuba divers and snorkelers, green water locales also offer diving opportunities in areas in Canada, California and the United Kingdom. However, green water can at times interfere with quality underwater filming and photography. To help improve the quality of photographs taken while diving in green water areas, Polar Pro has developed the GoPro Hero4 Magenta Filter.
GoPro Hero3 as seen at http://polarprofilters.com/ includes a customized lens and red filter designed for color correction while in tropical and blue water. GoPro Hero3 lens is best used at depths between 15 and 80 feet; recreational scuba divers rarely explore depths greater than 80 feet. The GoPro Hero3 filter easily secures into the camera’s waterproof housing. Polar Pro lists the beginning price for the GoPro Hero3 at approximately $29.99 when buying direct via the company’s website.
GoPro Hero4 magenta filter as seen at http://polarprofilters.com/shop/GoProHero4Filters is designed for color correction while scuba diving in green water. The magenta filter improves the underwater photography by countering the excess green which often interferes with videos when filming in green water. The price for GoPro Hero4 filter begins around $29.99.
Polar Pro manufactures polarization filters as seen at http://polarprofilters.com/shop/hero3pluspolarizeraccessory which are ideal for reducing the glare that is common with sunlight reflection while photographing scenery on the water. The company’s GoPro Hero3 includes a glass lens which along with capturing color contrasts is more resistant to scratches from careless handling. A 180 day warranty and storage bag are sold with The GoPro Hero3. The polarization filter’s website price is $29.99.
About Polar Pro Filters:
Polar Pro is a leading manufacturer of GoPro® accessories and mounts designed to improve the GoPro® filming experience. The company, which was founded in October 2011 at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) with the creation of a small, polarized filter. Since then the company has experienced explosive growth to selling over 500 locations worldwide. With a dynamic team of young, and innovative employees, Polar Pro continues to find new ways to improve the filming process. For more information, visit polarprofilters.com, and stay connected on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
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887 W 16th St
Newport Beach, California 92663