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Super Protection for my Canon T3
on December 21, 2011
I will start off by mentioning this screen protector would not work for a touchscreen LCD. I bought this for my Canon EOS T3. It fits perfect, and offers great screen protection. It is a thick screen protector, as it contains a glass layer, claims the product has 6 layers. Two protective layers, Transparent layer, Color Layer, Anti-crack layer, and the adhesive layer.
0.5mm thick, I will also point out that this protector is only adhesive around the edges. I really like that, because it's less of a chance that it could damage your screen. The adhesive edge is very sticky though, so you won't have to worry about it coming loose. I purposely tried pulling at the sides of mine to see if it would come loose, but no budge. There is no difference that I can see between the screen and the protector, looks the same. The only difference is there is a silver frame around it, but as long as you put the screen protector on correctly, it shouldn't obstruct your view. It doesn't bother me, but it may someone else. This is a very effective little protector, against scratches, scrapes and anything happening to your screen. It was priced very good, and worth every penny. I would advise if you really want to make sure it is on correctly, turn on your camera, so you can see where you should place it.
UPDATE PLEASE READ: 1-26-2012
I have had this screen protector on for about 6 weeks, Just today I have had to take it off because my Canon T3 has started giving me problems and I will have to exchange it. It wasn't too hard to remove. I used to CC to help remove it. My screen was left in terrible condition, most of the adhesive residue was left on the LCD screen and it has been hell trying to get off. I would not recommend this if you plan to re-sell you camera or just don't want your screen ruined.I don't know if this is standard for this protector, I just wouldn't want to chance it. I will not buy this product again. I've tried some lense cleaning wipes, rubbing alcohol, and still trying to remove it. All it's doing is scratching the screen with what I try to clean it with, so I'm trying to be careful. Please beware. And if anyone has any ideas please don't hesitate to share. I am changing my star rating also, so this review will be seen. I will update if I am able to get it off.