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Viewing screens that make use of "back lights" (LEDs, fluorescent, etc) to see / read the display in direct sunlight is often very difficult. Increasing the back lighting level is one method - but even when at 100% brightness, it is hard to overcome the sun. Shielding the screen from sunlight with your hand, body, etc., is often the only way that works effectively.

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