Glass LCD protectors - Giottos, GGS, or Vello?
I'm looking to upgrade the LCD screen protectors on all my cameras. I've used either hard plastic or thin film in the past, but I probably want to move to the optical glass ones.
Seems like there are three main models to go with - GGS (from Amazon), Vello, or Giottos. That's not counting the variations within those, as GGS has at least 4 versions per camera, and Vello has 2. Most of them have good reviews across the board, with common problems being difficulty of aligning them, and in Giottos' case, problems with the adhesive failing.
I'm sure someone has done a side-by-side comparison, but I can't find one online anywhere. Can anyone comment on the comparative quality of the three, especially in regards to:
- How well the transmit the image without color or geometric distortion?
- Anti-glare properties?
- Anti-fingerprint coatings?
- Durability (scratch/shatter resistance)?
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