Excellent !! Thanks for the prompt reply! Glad to see SRP is on top of it, and hopefully it wont have any issues with burning up the gimbal motors. I'm sure they've engineered the crap out of it.
ND Filters definitely help with reducing glare and controlling your exposures while filming, sometimes however they can enhance the prop shadows while flying at certain angles and times of day. Kind of looks like a strobing effect.
I highly recommend trying out a ND Filter or even a Circular Polarizer to make your films more robust. It's much easier to fix an underexposed image in post-production rather than an overexposed. The overexposed images don't retain much data for differentiation of contrasts and result in large white blobs that cant be massaged into useability.