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X-T2 T1 screen protector

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The screens themselves are the same size and the glass bezels around the screen look to be a similar size but there really is no way of knowing until someone tries. At worst, it would just be really close to fitting perfectly.

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I have both cameras and they are identical so no problem. But I had a glass screen protector on my X-T2 and it chipped on the edge. So I went to replace it but when I came to remove it it shattered into thousands of tiny pieces. I had to carefully collect all the pieces to ensure nothing got inside my camera or viewfinder etc. So no more glass screens for me - I'm back to the plastic Expert Shield versions which I always used to use.

 

 

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