REMOVING OLD LCD SCREENSAVER FILM RESIDUE
|Disclaimer: The activator contains a Heptane base. Heptane has many applications one of which is a rubber cement solvent. We strongly recommend that you wear latex gloves when working with the activator as it can be absorbed through the skin. Like most solvents the activator is also flammable so do not use around open flame. Do not use the actual super glue in the kit or you will permanently damage your view screen or bond your fingers together! :>(|
Many of the later model Minolta MAXXUMs and other DSLRs have snap on type LCD screen protectors and have essentially solved the problem of applying film-type protectors. For those of you that still have the non-snap type models here is a brief list of DSLR camera bodies that we have successfully removed film residue:
As always follow the above procedure carefully before proceeding on your camera body. Please let us know if you have had any success on your particular make and model and we will be happy to post the results here for others to reference. Thank you.
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