Originally Posted by Gabre
Funny how people have different opinions.
Check this out. ALR produces awfull tint, and whites are completelly messed up,not to mention hot spot and vignetting, along with bad viewing angles.
Fyi,I just threw a white bed sheet over left side.
Opinions are one thing.....the eyes do not lie.
The real issue is how some refer people to this particular material for the wrong reasons: "Easy"...."Affordable"..."Effective" when asked about DIY ALR choices. But they also seem to willfully ignore the well known caveats.
I've suggested otherwise, because of the above stated issues and others too, for quite a while, but usually get shouted down (..yeah, that CAN
Now don't take me wrong...I'm a advocate and supporter of Carl's, but there a few items that are sold that just do not measure up to the standards I have become accustomed to adhering to and suggesting to be considered as a "minimum" purveyor of image quality.
there are DIY paints that can, and will do better. Some advanced, truly higher performance paints cost more, and require spraying, but some DIY paints that cost less than Carl's ALR do as good or better a job of ALR'ing but do it without the Color Shifts and dulling Whites. And...they'll not have the hot spotting, severe vignetting, or bad viewing angles. And some of those can be rolled on.
That's about all I can / should say on a Thread dedicated to Carl's ALR, so judge your decision making process accordingly.