Don’t you hate it when your camera’s LCD screen gets its first scratch or scuff mark? Well with this technique you can say goodbye forever!!
We all have smartphones these days (except my father – but that’s a different story) and as such we all buy screen protectors for our camera. So you would have some old spare screen protectors lying around the house. Go and grab one of them!
In this post/video, I share how you can take one of these screen protectors and use it to protect your camera’s LCD screen.
Other than an old Smartphone Screen Protector you need the following items:
- Stanley Knife
- A scale/ruler
- Your camera (of course)
- A cleaning cloth (lens cleaning cloth with do)
- A marker
So here’s what we need to do to create the final product.
- Take the scale/rule and measure the length and width of the LCD screen. Keep it 1-2 millimeters smaller on each side.
- Use the Stanley knife and ruler to cut the sides.
- Clean the camera’s LCD screen and gently apply the cut out screen. Use the cleaning cloth to press down and ensure the screen protector is on firmly.
- Finally, remove any protective film on the screen protector, generally, there are two films on the protector; one on each side.
And there you have it, a DIY LCD Screen Protector!!
Hope you like this DIY post, please share with your friends if you found it useful.