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Old 17th June 2008
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Screen Protector

Does anyone use LCD screen protectors?

I prefer to have something on the LCD screen to keep it from getting scratched (having had several cellphones develop a revolting pattern of scratches despite careful handling). I've been using some by Hama I picked up in my local camera dealer. To be honest, they aren't very good - actually make the screen more difficult to see in some lighting conditions.

I've just bought my wife an E410 for her birthday and she can't see the screen at all with one fitted.

So I'm looking for alternatives. Are there any better versions out there? I'm not keen on the flip-up hood things - too much like my father's old Practika waist level finder...
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