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Old Jun 6, 2011, 11:29 PM   #1
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Anyone know of a good, but not too expensive:

(1) LCD screen protector?

(2) Remote release USB cable?
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Old Jun 7, 2011, 1:03 AM   #2
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I got a LCD screen protector (a good quality one) for USD 8.00 here in India. Don't know about the remote release yet.

You can try amazon.com for searching the 2 things you require.
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I have tried searching Amazon, but (like most things I buy) I would like to get other people's opinions on these items before I buy one.
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Either BoxWave or Zagg's Invisble Shield are excellent LCD protectors. You can pick up a remote release from Gadget Infinity. http://www.gadgetinfinity.com/produc...3&cat=0&page=1
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You can try this site, they have excellent products. http://www.nushield.com/ A lot of people who have lcd screens on their expensive metal detectors are getting excellent results from their products......J4c
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Old Jun 14, 2011, 11:57 AM   #6
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@ just4clix ,

in your " red title" on the bottom of your post, is there a typo or am i missing the point here ?

" SON " or sun ?
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@ just4clix ,

in your " red title" on the bottom of your post, is there a typo or am i missing the point here ?

" SON " or sun ?
You've missed the point. "Son" as in "Son of God".
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ooh ok, sorry it is monday for me here i get it now .
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Those in the "know" know.
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I have several questions about the macro lenses like Raynox DCR-150 and 250 ?

Have anyone tried macro lenses on HS-20 ? I know that HS 10 makes very good photos with the them. But I've not seen examples of HS-20 and the Raynox

And the other asking is a bit more theoretical : Can Raynox DCR-150 and 250 be used for non-macro photography, and how correct is that ?
I mean how about for a portrait photos ? The small DOF I think would be useful for smeared background ? And also a bird photography ?

Generally is there any benefits of these lenses except the macro photos ?


I am asking, because I have absolutely no experience with zoom lenses .
I suppose there is much written about that in the forum, but I don't want to spend hours for searching and reading for something that could be answered in two rows.

Thank you !
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