Giottos Aegis Professional Glass LCD Screen Protector for the Nikon D40, D40X & D60, 12 Layers of Multi-Coatings Each Side. (59.7x50.4mm)

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About Giottos

Giotto's new professional optical screen protector is named "AEGIS" a rigid optic glass from Zeiss, Germany. It protects the LCD panel against abrasion, scratches or incident impact. Multi-layer efficient anti-reflective coatings can help wwith clarity and color blindness. No more residual image or ghost image, always high definition and transmission on your LCD screen. Suitable for all digital cameras and DV's.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(8)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (5),Lightweight (5),Durable (4)
Best Uses:
Everyday (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (4),Semi-professional (4)

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
3.2

(based on 8 reviews)

62%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Thank you I'm very happy with my order

Thank you!!!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

A terrible idea for a good camera

I bought the D200 version of this for my D200. The protective "glass" (really plastic) attaches by an adhesive. Directions for removal tell you to heat the glass with a hair dryer 2" from the LCD for 30 seconds, but, "do not overheat, and be cautious of not injuring your hand." There is no way I will glue a screen to my expensive SLR with an adhesive that requires heating the camera for removal. Once in place, the screen is no clearer (though a bit thinner) than the LCD protector provided by ...

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I bought the D200 version of this for my D200. The protective "glass" (really plastic) attaches by an adhesive. Directions for removal tell you to heat the glass with a hair dryer 2" from the LCD for 30 seconds, but, "do not overheat, and be cautious of not injuring your hand." There is no way I will glue a screen to my expensive SLR with an adhesive that requires heating the camera for removal. Once in place, the screen is no clearer (though a bit thinner) than the LCD protector provided by Nikon, but it is less replaceable. I guess I just wasted money on another useless gadget.

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
1.0

Falls off

By

from Portland, OR  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This product kept falling off after only 1 month of being installed. The adhesive sucks. I used some glue to attempt to reinforce it but it caused the glass to have glare and when attempting to remove it to put the original Nikon cover on it shattered. I won't be purchasing this product again for sure. The shattering issue is my fault for using non-approved glue, however it shows that if it was properly secured that removal could cause it to break very easily.

 
4.0

Wonderful product

By

from Boston, MA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I like the fact that it's easy to put on, keeps my screen protected from scratching, and you would never know it was there.

 
4.0

Make one for each Nikon DSLR model

By

from Orlando, Florida  -  Semi-Professional

It works for me. My LCD is always protected. However, it must be wiped clean of fingerprints quite often. But, I don't see that as a minus.

 
5.0

Thank you I'm very happy with my order

By

from New Jersey  -  Semi-Professional

Thank you!!!

 
5.0

Gret screen protector!

By

from Happy Valley, OR  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Much nicer than those films or snap-on plastic protectors. There's no distortion. The view through it is very crisp & clear.

 
5.0

Protect your investment!!!! Get one !

By

from AZ  -  Semi-Professional

I have these for all of my SLR's. It is much clearer than the plastic one supplied by nikon! So I find it more asthetically pleasing. But most important, I dropped my D300 and shattered this cover, but my LCD screen was fine! NOT a SCRATCH on it!!!!!!!!!!! I love it!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Doesnt work

By

from Bronx, NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This thing fell off twice within the first 10 days since installing it. The double-sided tape they use is strong at the outset but the adhesive wears off (too quickly). Once it falls off and gets dirty, all you've got is a [$] useless piece of glass. I think I'll use the plastic covers they use for Palm Pilots instead. I'd never buy this again.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

A terrible idea for a good camera

By

from Washington, CT  -  Serious amateur

I bought the D200 version of this for my D200. The protective "glass" (really plastic) attaches by an adhesive. Directions for removal tell you to heat the glass with a hair dryer 2" from the LCD for 30 seconds, but, "do not overheat, and be cautious of not injuring your hand." There is no way I will glue a screen to my expensive SLR with an adhesive that requires heating the camera for removal. Once in place, the screen is no clearer (though a bit thinner) than the LCD protector provided by Nikon, but it is less replaceable. I guess I just wasted money on another useless gadget.

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