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Polerized Filter I bought a filter thinking it would enhance my pictures bt the LCD screen washed out in the bright sun so I can't see how far to turn the filter. Any suggestions on how to use the filter properly on a Canon G3? Help.

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Re: Polerized Filter

I think you should solve the 'washed out' LCD screen issue. Here's a link to an accessory which might help. http://hometown.aol.com/ESC2000/Sunshield.htm I've tested it on my Olympus E10 LCD screen, (although I don't use it), and I found it very satifactory. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 31, 2005

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