Depends... some used LCD's are rated @ 200 nit but really put out a lot less due to their age. I had a USED 200nit LCD once and I couldn't see jack in direct sunlight. Then I bought a NEW 220 nit LCD and it was very viewable in most all lighting conditions.Quote:
Originally posted by Cordell
will be waiting on those results.. a 200nit lcd shouldn't be THAT bad in the sunlight though should it?? I havn't been able to try mine yet.. but I'm hoping it will be ok
Just a note. This crap ain't cheap. I'm going to be testing it and giving some to Euclid to test as well. He's a little (read a lot!)better with LCD's than I am anyways.
I have both the prism film and the reflective polarizer films coming. I was also told that they might cut down on the viewing angle a bit... but that realy depended on the LCD , how many sheets I used, and in what configuration. I was assured that it wouldn't turn a TFT screen into an STN screen (in terms of viewing angle), but like I said... we'll see.