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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
on June 13, 2010
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The LCD protector is exactly as it is described. We have the new Canon T2i and we were afraid of scratching the LCD screen. Especially when you have it hanging around your neck and it is bouncing and rubbing off your shirt as you walk. We did not want another peel and stick film so we did some research and this product was the solution we were looking for.

Very easy to place on the screen. Just follow the instructions. Once on, you cannot even tell that it is there. The only thing is that the Canon logo gets covered up by the GGS logo. I really don't care.

The images/menu still appear as crisp and clean as if the screen protector was not even on it. We also noticed that when you use the camera, there is some more resistance to smoodgies (is that an official term?) from when you press your face against it.

Bottom line: If you have the Canon T2i and you want to protect your LCD screen, get this screen. I don't think you will regret it.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on August 14, 2010
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If you have a Canon T2i, this is a must-have accessory to protect the large monitor from scratches and facial oil, makeup, etc, when using the T2i viewfinder.
It is made of high quality glass and fits perfectly over the T2i monitor. It's easy to apply; all you have to do is carefully line up the top two corners and then lay it down and press the perimeter edges firmly in place.
And, it looks very good on the camera too. Once it's in place, it looks like an integral part of the camera, and it's easy to keep clean.
I'm very pleased with it and highly recommend it for the T2i, and highly recommend protective glass covers for all camera monitors.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on June 27, 2010
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The hardened optical glass cover for the LCD on the Canon EOS 550D/Rebel T2i is more expensive than for quite a few other EOS models, but I attribute that to this being a "new" model. But in fact, the 550D LCD is a slightly different proportion (1:1.5) than preceding models so perhaps that made a difference in manufacturing costs. The unit I got (shipped via CamsDigital) was in perfect shape. If you follow the directions, make sure all surfaces are clean and dust free, and be patient and precise as you carefully position one corner of the glass, then carefully postion a second corner, then carefully lower the last two corners into place, and then gently but firmly press along the edges all the way around, you'll have a perfect fit in very little time. It would be shame to ruin the LCD of such a nice camera, and this glass cover is a very nice solution.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on July 3, 2010
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Whenever I acquire a new Canon DSLR I automatically order this protective glass as soon as I can. I take care of my gear and try not to subject it to "knocks and bumps" but just feel a whole lot better about the LCD being protected from abrading by shirt buttons or whatever while hanging from the neckstrap.

Easy to install, easy to clean and interferes with NOTHING.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on July 3, 2010
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This is a really good screen, better than the film covers, particularly since it is easier to apply. It fits perfectly on the lcd of the Canon T2i. Please be very sure that you order this one, not the more expensive version, which comes with an attached eyepiece protector that I found impossible to use and finally threw away. I had to spend a lot of time putting the rubber rim back on; not the case with this version since it is just an lcd protector. I can't emphasize the difference enough. Nonetheless, this version is ideal. It's much easier to apply to the lcd because it is rigid and you can avoid touching the part of the screen that faces the lcd. Be sure you both clean and brush the lcd to reduce the likelihood of dust, dirt, or smudges.'
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 5, 2010
I just installed one of these today, it works as advertised and the fit is perfect. I ran into a minor issue, on the backside where the adhesive is, whatever type of plastic they use to cover it with initially has outgassed leaving a light haze on the inside of the glass. I can only see it when I am in very bright light and it might wipe right off, but it's livable and I'd rather not remove the cover again. Good product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on November 7, 2010
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This is a great screen protector as far as its general construction, but it will affect your view as well. It has an increased amount of glare compared to a naked screen and it does darken the screen slightly. These little annoyances are overcome by the fact that now the screen seems well protected from scratches and bumps. It fits the Canon T2I perfectly and installation was just a matter of pulling back the paper and pressing it on the screen. The instructions do warn that it can be difficult to remove once in place. They recommend using a credit card to go around the edges and carefully pry it up. But I don't see any need right now to remove it. I'm very satisfied.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on March 7, 2011
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I was surprised at the ease of "installing" and the fit/finish of this glass protector. With the exception of the "GSS" name at the bottom, it looks like part of the camera.

The advantage I saw right away is that this glass screen doesn't smudge nearly as much as the unprotected LCD screen. This is a real bonus, because I nearly always use the viewfinder to compose and shoot photos, leaving nose imprints and smudges on the LCD screen.

Good price, too.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2010
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This is a very high quality optical glass screen protector. I have not had the success I had originally expected with the plastic stick-on protectors. It is hardly worth installing the plastic ones which takes 1.040K pixel LCD and distorts it readability especially as prints and smudges accumulate. Whereas, these GGS DSLR Optical Screen Protector is very high quality 6x layer optical glass so they work quite well and accentuate the T2i's already VERY NICE LCD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2012
I now understand why there is so much discrepancy between the low rated reviews and the excellent ones. I agree with those who struggled to figure out how to make this part fit onto the camera in that the directions that came with the protector are not helpful. The key is removing the eyepiece from the camera, which I am sure all the camera buffs out there know how to do, but for those of us (like me) who are looking at their first dSLR it isn't intuitively obvious. It really is easy though, once you figure out how. (See p. 205 of the T2i guide if you have it - "Remove the eyecup".) You push upward on the eyecup, it pops off, you slide the screen protector in place, then the eyecup slides back on, and voila! Other than the lousy installation instructions, this is a great product! If they had just had step two of the instructions read "Take off the eye shield of the camera by pushing from the bottom of the eye shield upward." this would have rated a five star from me.
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