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RadTech intros two new ClearCal anti-glare film sizes

updated 02:10 am EDT, Wed October 7, 2009

ClearCal anti-glare film

RadTech has expanded its ClearCal anti-glare film offerings with new sizes for Apple's 17-inch MacBook Pro and 20-inch iMac. The film is designed to help reduce glare from a glossy display in brightly lit or outdoor environments. An anti-reflection layer is paired with a flexible transparent base, helping to protect against impacts while concealing existing scrapes or scratches on the display glass.

The ClearCal film is claimed to reduce eyestrain by minimizing flares and reflections, while oil streaks from fingerprints are also less apparent. Each screen can be removed several times for cleaning and can be washed simply by placing the film under running water.

The ClearCal film can be purchased directly from the company, with prices ranging from $20 to $25 depending on the size. In addition to the new screen sizes, the ClearCal film is also available for any 13- or 15-inch MacBook Pro, 24-inch iMac, or 24-inch LED display.






by MacNN Staff

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  1. danviento

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Color Accuracy

    from RadTech's site:

    "All anti-glare films impart a slight prismatic effect to object edges when viewed straight-on.
    This effect can be minimized by reducing display brightness when indoors, and recalibrating the display
    after the film has been installed."

    I wonder what the color accuracy can be equated to after the application of such a film. As a photographer who dropped big bucks on a display for accuracy, I've got to wonder what the difference is after calibration between bare screen with vs. covered screen with matt finish.

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