How can I reduce the glare in the viewfinder of my digital camera in bright sunlight?
My camera is a Nikon Coolpix S6000. In bright sunlight I can't see a thing, so I have to hope it's aimed right.
Your cam comes with an anti-glare lcd. However, if it isn't enough, buy an lcd protector. Or better yet, try a different angle or tilt your cam.
Your best bet is to get an LCD viewfinder hood. They're relatively inexpensive (about $20) and they help so much. I had the sameroblem with my 550D. There's also plenty of guides online that show you how to make one on the cheap. DIYphotography.net has an awesome tutorial on it.
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