Delkin Devices DU3.0-M BLK Universal Pop-Up Shade for 3.0-Inch LCDs (Black)

  • The Universal Pop-Up Shade is designed to fit hundreds of cameras, both new and old.
  • Like the DSLR Mini, the Universal shade attaches to your camera by a non-residue adhesive.
  • The adhesive does not damage the camera when the shade is removed, nor does it leave behind any film.
  • An optically clear plastic protects your camera’s screen, and the simple pop-up design allows for easy opening to block the glare.
  • The two-part design enables easy removal of the shade while keeping the clear plastic in place for protection.

Fits Most Cameras with 3.0″ LCD – BLACK
Price: $ 9.99

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  1. A. Kendon "tyto2820" says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Neat device – but not perfect, December 8, 2007
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    This review is from: Delkin Devices DU3.0-M BLK Universal Pop-Up Shade for 3.0-Inch LCDs (Black) (Electronics)

    I bought one of these for a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3. It attaches to the screen with adhesive and, provided the screen is clean to start with, seems quite positive. The screen is fully visible when it is applied correctly but one has to be careful with positioning it initially, since removing it and applying it a second time seriously weakens the adhesive.

    The actual shade clicks off and I have found that it will do so in my pocket from time to time, so it is not a very positive fixing. It adds about 5mm to the depth of the camera.

    I have found it to be less useful as a shade than I expected. Viewing of the screen is still difficult if (a) the sun is directly behind one or (b) if the sun is lighting one’s face. This is a problem, however, with all cameras which have no optical viewfinder and is not really related to the use of a shade.

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  2. C. F. Hill "CFH" says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A Good Idea, But Problematic In Practice, September 6, 2009
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    C. F. Hill “CFH” (Blue Ridge Summit, PA USA) –
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    This review is from: Delkin Devices DU3.0-M BLK Universal Pop-Up Shade for 3.0-Inch LCDs (Black) (Electronics)

    The Delkin Pop-Up Shade is a fairly clever device designed to block the sun and the other bright lights that can make it hard to see the LCD display. The shade’s bracket attaches around the LCD screen and the actual pop-up shade part can be attached and removed without much effort.

    My main problem with the Pop-Up Shade is that it is cumbersome when deployed. It works fairly well when shooting straight on or for viewing pictures after they have been captured, but taking a picture at an odd angle with it open requires you to move your head around since the flaps will block the display, or be reflected on the screen.

    Over time, I found myself detaching the shade from the bracket more and more, until I just ended up removing the whole thing. It was a good idea and it might work better for others who shoot more static shots.

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  3. LynnObie says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Delkin 3″ Pop-Up Shade, July 19, 2009
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    LynnObie (Apple Valley, CA) –

    This review is from: Delkin Devices DU3.0-M BLK Universal Pop-Up Shade for 3.0-Inch LCDs (Black) (Electronics)

    I’d prefer having an eye-level viewfinder when taking pictures outside in the sun but most cameras no longer have them so this is the best solution I’ve found. I did not want the plastic lens that comes with this offsetting the high resolution of my Panasonic TZ5 LCD screen so simply & carefully popped the plastic lens out of Delkin’s shade frame before affixing to my camera. Adhesive strips are on the edges of the metal frame so Delkin’s plastic lens is NOT needed. Be sure to carefully line up the frame with the edges of your freshly cleaned LCD to get it right the 1st time. The pop-up portion CAN be slid over to one side a bit then lifted from the frame which is good when you want to clean your LCD but can be somewhat annoying if it slips out by itself. Mine sometimes does this if I quickly remove the camera from it’s carrying case, however it is really easy to pop back into place so no big deal. Note these come in several sizes including 2.5″, 2.7″ & 3″ to match the size of your LCD. Is the Delkin sunshade perfect? No. Does it help? Definitely. Would I buy one again? In a heartbeat.

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