Vello Glass LCD Screen Protector for Nikon D5300

BH #VEGSPND5300 • MFR #GSP-ND5300
Vello
Key Features
  • Ultra-Thin Optical Glass
  • 6 Layers of Protective Material
  • Blocks UV Rays
The Vello Glass LCD Screen Protector for Nikon D5300 is a sheet of 0.02" (0.5mm) ultra-thin optical glass used to protect your camera's LCD monitor. The glass features 6 layers of protective material that protect your display screen from dirt, scratches, sweat and oily fingerprints. The glass also blocks UV rays while allowing visible light in. The protector is easy to install and remove.
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Vello GSP-ND5300 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Compatible Cameras
  • 3Ultimate LCD Screen Protection
  • 4Easy to Install

The Vello Glass LCD Screen Protector for Nikon D5300 is a sheet of 0.02" (0.5mm) ultra-thin optical glass used to protect your camera's LCD monitor. The glass features 6 layers of protective material that protect your display screen from dirt, scratches, sweat and oily fingerprints. The glass also blocks UV rays while allowing visible light in. The protector is easy to install and remove.

Note:
May prevent LCD from fully locking.
Note: Environments with excessive heat and humidity will shorten the useful life of the adhesive on the glass.

Compatible Cameras

Nikon D5300

Ultimate LCD Screen Protection

Ultra-thin 0.5 mm thick optical glass with six layers of protective material with 95% light transmission, and with an 8H hardness rating (130 g/cm absorptive power and 12 kg/cm bearable impact ratings).

Easy to Install

The screen mounts quickly and easily to your camera's LCD screen via its adhesive backing. Once it is properly aligned it is smoothed down with a clean cloth and you are ready to go.
UPC: 847628577916

Vello GSP-ND5300 Specs

MaterialGlass
Thickness20 mil / 0.5 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.115 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.5 x 4.45 x 0.55"
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