Anti-reflective coat on LCD


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rainman

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How do I check if my picture is under expose or over expose under the bright day light?

Is there any reflective coat available in the market that can cut down the glare?

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clive

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do u have a pic that the exposure is nicely spot on one? if have..load into the cam..on the LCD...set the LCD brightness and leave it as that...then trial n error use an assortment of materials cover the LCD and see if the pic looks too bright/dark/just nice on the lcd...a bit low tech but may work..hehe
 

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best way 2 check exposure is not via lcd review. use the histogram. never trust wat u c in the lcd display. colors n exposure may look nice but in actual fact it could b different.

if u really need something 2 aid in viewing under glare, there's this hood thing dat attaches 2 the screen. it can b extended out 2 create a small "tunnel". u can then peer thru it at your lcd. its called a hoodman or something. can't remember though.

my 2 cents worth... ;)
 

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Actually the type of protective stickers many of us paste over our LCDs may help. There's a kind with a matt surface. Visit the shops to take a look. I have one on my 10D, it helps but not much.
 

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