Terry, No, the P4P has a clear lens protector only. You can get ND filters that will screw on in place of the protector but those are accessories. They can be useful when recording video. Search: why use nd on drone to find explanations why. In a nutshell, you use them to slow the shutter speed based upon lighting conditions and your chosen frame rate to record the most "pleasing" video.
They do have a purpose in still photography on the ground, like smoothing waterfalls. But in the air, and especially for mapping, we want the fastest shutter speed we can get with the available light. The absolute opposite of what an ND filter is designed to do.