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MrSmarty Sez

By Megan Kinneyn | Nov. 2, 2006

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Law Office Management

Nov. 2, 2006

MrSmarty Sez

A pop-up shade blocks daylight glare from your digital camera's view screen. By Sandra Rosenzweig

By Sandra Rosenzweig
     
      No. 93: In the days of view cameras, you couldn't see what you were shooting unless you threw a thick black cloth over your head and the back glass of the camera. A hundred years later, with my fancy digital camera (Fujifilm FinePix E900), I still can't see the view screen in daylight. Thank goodness for the Delkin (www.delkin.com) pop-up shade. For less than 30 bucks I got a clever stick-on folding screen shade that installs on the back of most digital cameras in five seconds. Now I can see what I'm shooting. Hot stuff!
     
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Megan Kinneyn

Daily Journal Staff Writer

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