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Apr 17, 2011 10:53 |  #31

Lore wrote in post #12228495 (external link)
I don't remember the screen of my 30D ending up quite as 'smeary' as the 5DmkII screen does... because of the different size, different coating... who knows.

I certainly agree with this. The 5DII has unfairly and wrongly termed a dust magnet (sensor), but the LCD screen seems to be a grease magnet.

At first it annoyed me, now I just ignore it because I'm thankful I don't have one of those ugly screen protectors that I see on Nikons. Canon has gotten the screen protector right but Nikon sure hasn't.

Glenn

Just for those that buy an additional screen protector - the Canon has a screen protector - no need to add another one because the Canon one is very tough.


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Apr 17, 2011 11:02 as a reply to  @ Glenn NK's post |  #32

I carry some facial wipes with me. I find that if I keep my face clean, I avoid a lot of the smudges. I don't chimp, and that helps too.;):D


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Apr 17, 2011 11:44 |  #33

Glenn NK wrote in post #12239146 (external link)
At first it annoyed me, now I just ignore it because I'm thankful I don't have one of those ugly screen protectors that I see on Nikons. Canon has gotten the screen protector right but Nikon sure hasn't.

Glenn

Just for those that buy an additional screen protector - the Canon has a screen protector - no need to add another one because the Canon one is very tough.

How hard is it to change the built in one that comes with it?




  
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Apr 17, 2011 11:51 |  #34

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How hard is it to change the built in one that comes with it?

It depends on the model. xxD before the 60D was easy. I doubt the 60D LCD has one. The 7D's is, according to some posts, not easily replaceable because of the airless gap.


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