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Old July 13th, 2011, 03:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Martin Fields Screen Protectors (and Camera Protector)

The not very well known Martin Fields Overlay Plus Screen Protectors are now available for the HTC Evo 3D! They sell a very nice Crystal Clear Screen Protector, but the real selling point here is an included Camera Glass protector!

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It comes with 1 premium cut Evo 3D specific Screen Protector and a Bonus Evo 3D Camera Protector. They are adhesive free and dry install, and will not place your device in any jeopardy whatsoever. Don't mess around with water on your device like those other screen protector guys require. These are easily removed with a simple piece of scotch tape with NO residue left behind. These are also re-usable. They can be removed, ran under water, air dried, and re-applied later.

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Their website has an installation guide for their products. They also carry a large line of protectors for other devices, especially digital camera screens and GPS unit screens.

There are a few reviews and install instructionals on YouTube; just search for the product name.

And there is also a few threads here on Android Forums for other devices regarding Martin Fields' products that might be worth reading.

Google-ing around the internet will turn up some reviews too. Their company is well known around the world as opposed to just the US. Most people in the US may not have even heard of them before. I believe they do a majority of their business in Europe and Asia.

Finally, Inform yourselves. Don't take my word for it.
I hope this informational thread will help someone out.
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Interesting... There's no way to just order the camera pod cover, is there?
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Interesting... There's no way to just order the camera pod cover, is there?
I really doubt it, but it might be worth an email query. I like the idea.
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or you can go to Walmart and get a 5 pack of generic screen protectors for 5 bucks. Each pack makes about 20 covers.
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or you can go to Walmart and get a 5 pack of generic screen protectors for 5 bucks. Each pack makes about 20 covers.
This is what I was thinking about doing. I have several unused screen protectors left from old phones and was thinking about cutting them up for camera protectors. Does anyone know where to get the dimensions so we could make a template for this purpose?
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There are countless $1 screen protectors for 3VO on ebay, already cut...
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I had a Martin Fields protector for my Hero. These really are the best protectors I've ever used (although I do hear that BoxWave makes a comparable product). The shipping fee is killer, though, since these are coming from Japan.
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I had a Martin Fields protector for my Hero. These really are the best protectors I've ever used (although I do hear that BoxWave makes a comparable product). The shipping fee is killer, though, since these are coming from Japan.
They now offer $4.99 USPS shipping (but a longer wait time - hopefully shorter than their estimates). Its still a bit spendy, but not like it used to be. Back for the Hero and Evo 4G they seemingly only had Fed-Ex Next Day Air shipping, which cost as much as the screen protector.
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They now offer $4.99 USPS shipping (but a longer wait time - hopefully shorter than their estimates). Its still a bit spendy, but not like it used to be. Back for the Hero and Evo 4G they seemingly only had Fed-Ex Next Day Air shipping, which cost as much as the screen protector.
Just pulled the trigger and used the USPS shipping option. I'll let you know how long it takes to get to me (California). True, you can get protectors for cheaper, but I really haven't used anything better than these.
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Looks like my order has already been processed and shipped! Not bad, considering I just ordered it a few hours ago.
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Do you think putting a screen protector on the camera would hurt the picture quality?
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Do you think putting a screen protector on the camera would hurt the picture quality?
I already have a DYI screen protector on my camera that I cut from the crappy screen protectors provided by Sprint. I haven't really noticed any degradation in image quality in 2D or 3D.
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Do you think putting a screen protector on the camera would hurt the picture quality?
It is sort of an inevitable truth that it does effect picture quality. This part is from my original post up top, hidden in the wall of text. It sums it up pretty well.

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The last problem is that any camera glass protector is going to cause a SLIGHT visual loss to photos. This is going to happen anytime you put something in between a lens and your subject, but I don't want to overstate this because it is not a huge difference[in the case of Martin Fields]. ... I've simply noticed that it doesn't take great super duper up close photos, and sometimes has trouble focusing the lens if you are trying to take an up close macro shot. Also there is a tiny tiny bit of added noise to pictures - especially in low light. But nothing substantially more than a bare camera I would guess. I'm a self proclaimed details guy, and if it was not up to my standards for detail I would let you know.

I didn't take alot of photos with the Evo 4G but I did take some great pictures even with a camera glass protector on. If someone wants Martin Fields camera glass protection [or any self cut material] but didn't want to cover the lens area of the 2 rear facing Evo 3D cameras I've thought of an easy solution. Just punch out the two lens holes in the plastic material using one of those one hole plastic/paper punches that is extra sharp and well aimed
The amount that it hurts the picture is going to come down to what material you put on it and the quality of said material.

I've had a self cut piece on my Evo 3D as well and haven't noticed a huge degradation in image quality either, although I have no control for my experiment; ie. a bare Evo 3D camera to compare it to.
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The amount that it hurts the picture is going to come down to what material you put on it and the quality of said material.

I've had a self cut piece on my Evo 3D as well and haven't noticed a huge degradation in image quality either, although I have no control for my experiment; ie. a bare Evo 3D camera to compare it to.
Regarding additional noise with a screen protector, I can't see how this would be possible unless the protector is changing (reducing) the amount of light hitting the sensor, causing it to raise the ISO. It will be interesting to see if this is, indeed, the case. If I remember to do so, I'll try to experiment how/if the ISO changes with and without the Martin Fields camera protector when it arrives.

I'm assuming focus problems can arise if the protector gets dirty/accumulates a good amount of scratches, but I would rather have said dirt and scratches on a removable film as opposed to the non-replaceable camera glass.
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i got the phantom skinz, and i like the camera protector with 2 little cut outs for the lense, no extra noise here
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I've used Martin Fields screen protectors for over five years on all of my phones. The only reason I don't have one on my EVO 3D right now is because they just made it available two days ago, and I needed something to protect my screen at launch. +1 for Martin Fields!
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Does anyone know where to get the dimensions so we could make a template for this purpose?
When I needed measurements I just laid a sheet of paper over the camera glass and lightly pressed the writing utensil into the slight edge of the bezel around the glass without piercing the paper. Or you can lightly draw over the entire shape like a relief shading. I ended up with a nice outline of all the edges and the corners, which are especially hard to measure traditionally. It gives an approximation. You can then lay your clear protector material on the sheet of paper and trace the shape on the removable backing. When you go to cut the material, just cut a little bit inside your lines.

I don't necessarily recommend this method as a final solution, mine turned out pretty poorly cuz I rushed on the corners and knew I would get something better later, but it does the job.

Everyone can find their own solution (custom cut, Martin Fields, Phantomskinz, etc.) or not even worry about the camera glass at all. People can make their own decisions and have their opinions. I personally find it much easier in the end to just buy the Martin Fields protector, as it will have a really good cut of high quality material.

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Just noticed it is even easier to trace the camera pod with the battery door off. Or you could even use the battery door as a stencil and trace around the opening in it, although it will be a bit less accurate.
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I had some left over BSE film so I cut out pieces for the camera and the front screen.
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Looks like my order has already been processed and shipped! Not bad, considering I just ordered it a few hours ago.
Has your parcel arrived yet? I'm ever curious about the product fitment, specifically for the camera.
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Amazon.com: HTC EVO 3D RUBBERISED TRANSPARENT BACK COVER CASE - BLACK: Electronics

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Has your parcel arrived yet? I'm ever curious about the product fitment, specifically for the camera.
Haven't received it yet... USPS is notoriously bad when it comes to tracking packages (especially from overseas). All I know is that it was processed at the sorting facility in Singapore (this was 4 days ago).

From the Martin Fields website, it appears the camera protector covers the entire back camera module minus cutouts for the LED flashes.
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Haven't received it yet... USPS is notoriously bad when it comes to tracking packages (especially from overseas). All I know is that it was processed at the sorting facility in Singapore (this was 4 days ago).

From the Martin Fields website, it appears the camera protector covers the entire back camera module minus cutouts for the LED flashes.
Yes, I am quite familiar with USPS. Like you mentioned, Customs are only going to make things worse. Maybe their 14+ days approximation is closer than we expected. I thought it would go quick since they filled your order so expediently and got it to the post.

Yes, I noticed it had the cut outs for the dual LED flash, kinda strange.
My curiosity lays within how near to the edges it will cover the glass, and how easily it installs. I can see that since you haven't received the item yet we are both in the same boat of wonderment Guess I'm just excited that you are getting the product and I'm not (I'm forced to wait due to cash flow issues). I can tell you will keep us up to date though.
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Has your parcel arrived yet? I'm ever curious about the product fitment, specifically for the camera.
I have mine on already, I'll try to snap a photo of it this weekend. Fittment is pretty good, though slightly smaller than the full glass. About a ~.5-1mm smaller on all sides.
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Yes, I am quite familiar with USPS. Like you mentioned, Customs are only going to make things worse. Maybe their 14+ days approximation is closer than we expected. I thought it would go quick since they filled your order so expediently and got it to the post.

Yes, I noticed it had the cut outs for the dual LED flash, kinda strange.
My curiosity lays within how near to the edges it will cover the glass, and how easily it installs. I can see that since you haven't received the item yet we are both in the same boat of wonderment Guess I'm just excited that you are getting the product and I'm not (I'm forced to wait due to cash flow issues). I can tell you will keep us up to date though.
I was wondering why there were LED cutouts too, and found out it was smart for them to do so -- the flash would likely result in internal light refraction within the screen protector causing image degradation. In other words, with it on, if you put your thumb over the LED flash with the light on, you'll see the screen protector's edges light up, as there is some internal light reflectance going on.
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I was wondering why there were LED cutouts too, and found out it was smart for them to do so -- the flash would likely result in internal light refraction within the screen protector causing image degradation. In other words, with it on, if you put your thumb over the LED flash with the light on, you'll see the screen protector's edges light up, as there is some internal light reflectance going on.
This is exactly why. My homemade camera screen protector does not have any cutouts for the flash and, when it's used, results in these internal reflections, causing the image to be washed out.
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I have mine on already, I'll try to snap a photo of it this weekend. Fittment is pretty good, though slightly smaller than the full glass. About a ~.5-1mm smaller on all sides.
Thanks! Sounds about on par with any main screen, screen protector.

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I was wondering why there were LED cutouts too, and found out it was smart for them to do so -- the flash would likely result in internal light refraction within the screen protector causing image degradation. In other words, with it on, if you put your thumb over the LED flash with the light on, you'll see the screen protector's edges light up, as there is some internal light reflectance going on.
Oh yeah, brilliant thinking, that's exactly why they made that cut out! I should have thought that out. It could interfere with the image sensors, and give every picture a light-halo effect.
So even with the cut out is there is still some internal reflection going on (much less than without the cut out for sure)?
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Per the earlier request -- photo of the screen protector in place.

I had to take it off to readjust the first time I applied -- it comes off quite easily with a little masking tape.
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So I broke down and bought the Martin Fields protector just so I could get the camera protection.

Any tips on how to install this? I am not going to be using the screen protector, just the camera cover.
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So I broke down and bought the Martin Fields protector just so I could get the camera protection.

Any tips on how to install this? I am not going to be using the screen protector, just the camera cover.
There should be some demonstration videos on YouTube. They basically take a piece of scotch tape and adhere it to the non-sticky side so you can handle and place the protector without getting any fingerprints on it.
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I need a camera protector for mine. Too bad they don't have it on eBay and the one posted on here is a little too pricey.
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