A tutorial for this DIY conversion is now available here! (Click here)
Full-Spectrum sensor replacement glass for the DJI Mavic 2 Pro Hasselblad Camera.
- Contains custom manufactured Full-Spectrum sensor glass for DIY installation
- To be used for DIY Mavic 2 Pro conversions only
- Will enable compatibility with Mavic 2 Pro IR filter set when installed
Tampering with your camera will void all manufacturer warranties. By opening your camera, you risk hurting yourself and the camera from the high voltages present. By purchasing you agree to our Terms of Purchase. We do not provide any help with disassembly, installation, focus adjustments or reassembly of your camera. Complete dust elimination may be impossible without specialized equipment. No one, including us, will take a box of parts if you can’t assemble your camera again. You can avoid all the trouble by having us convert it instead here.
By purchasing you agree to our Terms of Purchase
At Kolari, we build our filters to last and have complete confidence in their performance. You will too with our lifetime guarantee against defects. If you find something wrong with your filter, at any time, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our FAQ section for more information.
Do you accept international orders?
Absolutely! For accurate shipping costs, please enter your complete shipping address during the checkout process. Some locations may be subject to a remote area surcharge via FedEx Express. The system will not automatically calculate this surcharge. Please check the following link if your city/zip code is considered a remote area: Zipcodes_OPA_ODA.pdf
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***We legally can not declare lower values for customs and duties. We ship all of our international orders from the United States. Please note that we do not collect taxes, duties, or VAT. International customers are responsible for all duties, taxes, and VAT that may be charged by their respective local customs office. You may also be subject to a brokerage charge when you choose FedEx, UPS, or DHL shipping options.***