Would you guys use SRP ND8/CP for fireworks this weekend?

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Curious to know if using the SRP ND8/CP or the regular ND8 for fireworks this weekend would be a good idea.

Of course I will be filming at night. Do you recommend using one of these filters for fireworks at night? If so, explain why?

Or would you use no filter?
 

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No. At night you need all the light you can get.
 
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I've yet to do this with a quad. Can anyone recommend settings for this? ISO and shutter speed. I was thinking that you can be flexible with ISO but shutter speed will need to be 1/30 to 1/60 or greater depending if you want blur from the fireworks vs sharpness. anyone have any recomendations?
 
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Subscribing.

I'm wondering about settings as well. I want to try a longer exposure to capture the fireworks and the ground lighting.
 

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