Best thing against heavy sun

poiu

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Aug 30, 2012
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I know it looks like every other thread but...
A while ago i saw some kind of "black tissu" that i think is more anti-angle(4 buro) than anti-glare. I cannot find any link of this as i'm missing some vocabulary...

I'm looking for a good way to kill reflection on my macbook pro in extreme sun situations. (like on a white sand beach on a sunny day^^)
I don't really care about colors as my main purpose is to make music, and i'm looking for something removable if possible.

Anybody have any experience with such a thing?? Does this kind of tissu help against reflection?

I've had a macbook matte before and i know simple anti-glare will not do the job... maybe added to that kind of "tissu"...
 

poiu

macrumors newbie
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Aug 30, 2012
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A MESH sreen that's it!!

anybody used any of those for macbook??
 

alphaod

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Don't go out in the Sun for starters.

Don't let the sun shine from behind you.

Turn up the brightness on the display.

Bring a hood of some sort to shade the display.

Use an umbrella if you can't find a hood.


I guess you could also consider an antiglare screen protector.
 

poiu

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Aug 30, 2012
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Yes in extreme conditions. I'll be "in the sun" at 35° & humidity (so no films i guess), no hood or black t-shirt possible...

Even with my old matte macbook, i found myself loosing precious time by "searching for things in the screen" because of light reflections...

I'm just asking if "mesh screens"/"private filters" would help against reflections

does anybody tried or know some?