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5D - Broken LCD Protector Repair Tutorial

 
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Aug 26, 2010 17:05 as a reply to  @ post 10794646 |  #16

Here is a link to another thread where I gave out the info to order directly from Canon parts in Jamesburg. I thought this would be a good addition to this thread since it is going to be around for some time to come.


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Aug 26, 2010 17:42 |  #17

vinnie6756 wrote in post #10794627 (external link)
I have to believe this will work with any of the EOS cameras...correct?

Yes most likely, thought probably not the forthcoming 60D with its fancy twist screen :)
Not that i would want anyone to break their cameras screen protector, but if they did, and carried out the repair themselves it would be good if they posted their repair jobs here.

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Here is a link to another thread where I gave out the info to order directly from Canon parts in Jamesburg. I thought this would be a good addition to this thread since it is going to be around for some time to come.

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=891609

Good tip i will add this to my first post. Thanks for sharing, wish i could do this in the UK.


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Aug 26, 2010 17:44 |  #18

This is a great post Mr. Tourist, thanks! :) Feel free to stick around!


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Aug 29, 2010 11:37 |  #19

Excellent post! Thanks for sharing this as it gives valuable information for anyone wishing to attempt replacing the screen. It is something I would definitely have a go at if it happened to mine!


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Sep 03, 2010 19:18 as a reply to  @ Ianfp's post |  #20

I hate to get off topic, but what is that camera mounted on?




  
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Sep 03, 2010 19:23 |  #21

jonchicoine wrote in post #10846225 (external link)
I hate to get off topic, but what is that camera mounted on?

Really Right Stuff B5D-L Bracket. For easy mounting into an Arca style head.


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Sep 04, 2010 08:07 |  #22

That's all news to me, thanks for the info, I have recently upgraded from a 5D to a 5D mk ll and in an effort to protect both the screens I bought and fitted really good anti scratch screen protectors, thinking that what I was looking at was the LCD screen! I now have my protective screens covered by protective screens!! oh well, you can't win 'em all.


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Sep 05, 2010 07:19 |  #23

Great tutorial!




  
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Sep 07, 2010 16:48 |  #24

Awesome! Thank you. Going to work on mine now.

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Sep 13, 2010 18:19 |  #25

Thank you for sharing might be worth not using the aftermarket LCD protectors. Heck one can order a screen to have on hand. This seems easy enough but every time I do something like this it's never lined up as it should be LOL




  
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Sep 14, 2010 21:50 |  #26

Nice tutorial Andrew, I hope I never have to use it, but it's nice to know how just in case. ;)
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Sep 21, 2010 04:11 |  #27

Nice work. Knowing is half the battle


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Sep 21, 2010 14:00 |  #28

awesome tutorial. thanks, dude.




  
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Sep 21, 2010 18:49 |  #29

Great tutorial. I did this a few years ago with my 20D. The only problem I had was getting the area under the protector dust free.


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Nov 01, 2010 12:32 |  #30

Niiice. I really needed this tutorial. I will be ordering my new plastic screen soon. See below :(

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