I searched here and saw conflicting reports. I would like to know if there is currently a Giottos screen protector correctly sized to fit the D800 screen. I have never used one, but thinking of trying it.
I use the entire screen for composing landscapes in live view, and do not want something that blocks any of the LCD image.
Thanks in advance,
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#3. "RE: Giottos Screen Protector" | In response to Reply # 2
>The Giottos SP8304L may do the trick.
>For those who have not used a Giottos you might be surprised
>how much better a job they do than the GGS.
I tried one of these and sent it back. The black border is too wide and cuts off part of the screen. The GGS protectors have a much narrower border.
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#4. "RE: Giottos Screen Protector" | In response to Reply # 2
My experience is that the Giottos are far more delicate than the GGS. Every Giottos screen that I have had (3 or4) have cracked, chipped or scratched. I've had a similar number of GGS screens and none has had any damage. Perhaps it is just bad luck, but I see a trend.
In addition, the SP8304L, which I bought with my D800, covers part of the screen with the wide border (as noted by Dave) and is not as good of a fit. It is really a Canon sized cover.
I will say that the Giottos screens are slightly for viewing than the GGS.
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#5. "RE: Giottos Screen Protector" | In response to Reply # 4
I have broken several Giottos screen protectors by accidentially kicking them (while the camera was on the floor) or bumping the back of the camera into a very hard object.
For me the extra clarity of the Giottos make them worthwhile
#6. "RE: Giottos Screen Protector" | In response to Reply # 5
#7. "RE: Giottos Screen Protector" | In response to Reply # 2
The Giottos SP8304L is for the D3 which has a 3" LCD - the D800's LCD is 3.2".