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LCD Anti-Glare coating wearing off on X-Pro1

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I had this problem on a MacBook Air after it survived a minor adult beverage spill over the keys. The spill didn't kill the electronics (I'd say it continues to work to this day, but it was stolen earlier this year) but it did erode both the legends on the keys and leave a keyboard-shaped wear mark on the anti-glare coating on the screen. There was nothing I could do to remove it.


This might be a good excuse for screen protectors.


As milandro rightly points out, the cost of replacement is likely economically unviable given the resale value of the camera. Consider those smudges like battle scars worn proudly by a veteran fighter.

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