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I have hmz-t1. Any one has done any trick for using this fantastic 3D viewer in bright day light? I don't like any light at all when I am watching a movie. I did whatever I could but still some light penetrates in? I use my own optical glasses which makes this difficult.

I like to know if t2 blocks light better than t1 or is the same?
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I have hmz-t1. Any one has done any trick for using this fantastic 3D viewer in bright day light? I don't like any light at all when I am watching a movie. I did whatever I could but still some light penetrates in? I use my own optical glasses which makes this difficult.

I like to know if t2 blocks light better than t1 or is the same?
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Anyone have used this? To me does not look value for money thing? I doubt it can block the light as it claims?
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