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GGS Optical Glass LCD Screen Protector 3 inches for Digital Cameras

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  • High transparency, anti-scrape, anti-bump, anti-aging and easy installation
  • Will not damage the LCD screen at all with the anti-crack layer
  • Anti-bump degree has reached 8kg/cm2
  • Well sealed by 3M double side adhesive tape
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GGS Optical Glass LCD Screen Protector 3 inches for Digital Cameras + STK's Fuji NP-95 Battery - 2000 mAH for Fujifilm Finepix X100S, X100, F30, X-S1, F31fd, Real 3D W1, NP-95, BC-65 + B+W 49mm Clear UV Haze with Multi-Resistant Coating (010M)
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004KU0RJK
  • Item model number: DC30
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (375 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 21, 2009

Product Description

* It is rigid and made of optical glass material, which achieves more than 90% of transmittance (higher than plastic LCD screen protectors), thus making the LCD screen clear. Easy to Install: * No trimming required, fit directly on your LCD screen. * Just clean your LCD screen first, peel off the white back of the protector to stick, Done! * Easy to install and bubbles free, unlike plastic protector which always gives you bubbles between the protector and the screen. * No adhesive backing at the LCD screen, only at the border of the film for clearness. * Can be removed and reinstall, without leaving ugly residual on your LCD screen.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This was very easy to install and fit the 3.0 screen perfectly!
James Talley
As for the size, It is a bit off on the left size where the camera screen has wider black border.
Kits
Would definitely recommend this product for anyone who wants to protect their camera LCD.
Paul L Randall

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By AWBoater on February 22, 2011
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The GGS screen protectors are by far the best ones in my opinion. They are constructed with several layers of various glass substrates. They can be removed and reused, unlike the cheap single plastic protectors that are way overpriced.

The only downside is the manufacturer doesn't provide H x W dimensions for their product. Many cameras have custom sized protectors, but if your camera is not listed, it is hard to know which protector to purchase. The only dimension is diagonal, which isn't satisfactory as not all camera viewfinders have the same aspect ratio.

I have purchased several of these, and I have provided dimensions below:

Generic protectors:

3.0" diagonal: 2 9/16" W x 1 15/16"
2.8" diagonal: 2 9/16" W x 1 43/64"
2.7" diagonal: 2 9/16" W x 1 13/16"

The dimensions given are the edge-to-edge dimension of the glass. There is also a black border about 1/16" around the edges.

Specific equipment protectors:

Nikon D3000: 2 9/16" W x 2 3/32"
Nikon SB-600 Flash: 1 5/8 W x 1 1/8 H

For specific equipment protectors, I would avoid purchasing a screen protector for anything but the intended equipment as there are often custom size borders and perhaps equipment names on the protector.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Truman Hwang on October 10, 2010
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I spent a good few hours trying to find a glass style screen protector that would work for my Canon S95. I used to own this type of screen protector for my Panasonic LX3, and wanted it for my S95. Given the options out there (which I found this was the only one) I am overall satisfied with it. My only issue is with how it fits over the screen, which I will get into later in this review.

Why choose this over the cheaper plastic screen protectors? Those screen protectors tend to get dust much more easily along the edges. It also tends to peel back over time. Even if they say you can wash it and reapply, I really wanted to set it and forget it. It is really not noticeable in terms of added thickness to the camera, so I am very pleased with that and with the protection quality.

My only complaint is how well it fits over my camera screen. Around the edges of canon S95 screen is a few millimeters of blacked out glass, which the screen protector did no fully cover, so it's not completely flush. I am sure this was built to be a universal type screen protector, so I somewhat understand.

I would highly suggest this for any 3" screen that you are looking to protect that has a ratio of 4:3, but my application was specifically for the Canon S90/S95.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lynn May VINE VOICE on January 22, 2010
I had pondered getting one of these for quite some time and then received
one for Christmas and just got around to installing it on my Sony a700.
I hope to never take it off unless replacing it with another GGS Optical
Glass Protector. This makes reviewing my images a pleasure and I'll
never put the OEM plastic protector back on if at all possible.

Try one of these and I think you will be surprised as well. Much better
than any of the other vinyl, plastic, adhesive or cling protectors.
NO AIR BUBBLES. No distortion at all that I have noticed and much
less glare so far.

I just ordered another for my other camera body and one for my
brother's Pentax. He admired mine and I think he'll be happy with
it and it will protect his LCD better than what he has on it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By CN on October 2, 2013
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I've used these on many cameras over the last ten years or so. They apply easily, stay put and offer great protection for non-touch screen cameras. I'm posting this review to state specifically that this 3" version offers full coverage for the Fuji X100 and X100S screens. This one has a 4:3 ratio. There is a 3:2 version that will *not* fit. The black border at the edge of this one matches the outside of the X100/X100S screen.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Pete on June 7, 2010
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Just perfect for the new purchased Panasonic DMC ZS7
Very easy to install and much better choice then the peel plastic type screen protectors.
The camera will surely appreciate this extra protection.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Bob on May 5, 2010
I ordered one of these over a year ago and installed it on my Canon G10. It was easy to install and if you didn't know, it looked like the lcd screen itself. But the great thing about this product is that I tripped and fell while I had the camera in my hand and it took a serious hit against a rock. The lens protector cracked, but when I took it off to check the lcd...not a scratch. Because of this protector I still have an unmarked lcd. Incidentally, the screen protector comes off easy using a credit card to slide under and separate from the lcd screen. My only complaint is when I bought this one year ago it was $4.95. Now it's $9.95 to $14.95...double to triple the cost in a little over a year!
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Dennis M. Meyers on December 23, 2010
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I just purchased a brand new Panasonic Lumix FZ100 digital camera.

I figured I would buy a 3" screen protector to keep the color LCD screen free from fingermarks and dirt.
So I received the protector, peeled off the top protective paper and did the same thing on the bottom. It was positioned over the LCD display and it fit perfectly, or so I thought!

The protector was placed over the display, and I then went to close the LCD display, with no luck. You see, this unit was too thick to allow the display door to close. The best way of describing this piece is clear plastic with a frame around it. The problem is the frame is just high enough to prevent the door from closing! The plastic looked very clear and defect free, but if you can't use it on your camera it is no good to you at all.

My advice is that if you have a digital still camera with an LCD door that swings open, you can't use it!

A camera back with just a screen on the back is fine, but a closing LCD door makes this piece unusable!
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