Can't Find D60 LCD Screen Protectors

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  1. fms1day

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    So I just picked up a Nikon D60 and I'm trying to find an LCD Screen Protector but I can't seem to find any specifically for the D60. :(

    I'm wondering if there are any that will fit my D60 that are made for other Nikon Models (ex. D40?)
     
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    Just by a standard LCD screen protector kit and cut it to size.

    All you need is scissors and about 30seconds of your time.
     
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    I would go to nikon's website and see what size screen it is. It's probably 2.5in and I think that's what the d40 is as well so you could just buy that one i'm guessing. GL
     
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    If it came down to it, this is what I was planning on doing but I wanted one of those snap-on ones.

    Yeah the D60 is a 2.5" so would it be a pretty good guess to assume any made for a D40 would most likely fit the D60 as well?

    Thanks for the quick responses too guys. :thumbup:
     
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    Yes that is what I would assume. Did you try searching google and seeing if they were compatible with eachother. But I would be pretty sure that 2.5=2.5 so they couldn't make anything different or at least that's how I look at it right? and np
     
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    do not settle for the stick on ones! You'll get air bubbles underneath and they are so annoying.
     
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    Go to www.screenguardz.com, opt to enter a custom size and you get a pack of 15 for $10. They use a static adhesive, not some nasty glue. They work great on my D40. No bubbles.
     
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    I put a static-type stick-on protector on my K100D's LCD the day I bought it. It's closing in on two years and I've never had a problem.
     
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    Nikon doesn't make a screen protector compatible with the D60 according to their website...
     

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