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EOS 400d lcd too bright?

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I was trying to take some wide-field pictures last night and the LCD kept destroying my night vision. I used to have a Nikon d40x and I think there was a way to reverse the LCD colours (dark bits were light, light bits were dark) is this possible on an EOS 400D?

cheers

Matt

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I don't know if it's possible to change the display colours, but I think it's possible to change the brightness. Have you tried that?

James

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yeah I've got that as a back up but ideally I'd be able to reverse the colours. Wish I'd hung on to my D40x lol

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Try and look for some clear red film to stick over the LCD. They make it for laptop screens but that might be ab expensive way to buy for a couple of square inches that you need.

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I think that you can turn the LCD display off by just pressing the "Display" button , top left on back,

Certainly does this on my 1000D and the 400D manual suggests this is the case......!

Steve.

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