I have a 6D, and would like to use an LCD protector. I would rather not hear from anyone who prefers to not use one, but thanks anyway.
(If you do post something, please know I already know the arguments for not using one, and I might respond strongly if you come off in a snide manner.) I know the screen cover is replaceable, but it's a lot more trouble and cost than replacing a cheap protector.
I did a quick search before posting this on here, and this one came up for a 5D3:http://xoskins.com/canon-5d-mark-iii-screen-protector
Do any of you use the plastic peel off kind, and if so, which one do you like? Again I prefer the peel off kind to "optical glass", but if you feel strongly, please give the reasons why.
Here are what I currently find on amazon (two of these are "glass" applied with adhesive...which in my opinion is probably one of the reasons why many users on here just decide to not use anything):http://www.amazon.com/GGS-Digital-Screen-Protector-Canon/dp/B00AWRHMPM/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1373234866&sr=8-11&keywords=camera+lcd+screen+protector+Canon+6Dhttp://www.amazon.com/deep-deal-Self-Adhesive-Optical-Screen-Protector/dp/B00CNR10XE/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1373234866&sr=8-13&keywords=camera+lcd+screen+protector+Canon+6D
This is the only one that looks similar to what I have used before:http://www.amazon.com/Vikuiti-Screen-Protector-adhesiveness-scratch-resistant/dp/B009L489CW/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1373234866&sr=8-9&keywords=camera+lcd+screen+protector+Canon+6D
I like how it claims "During 3M testing, no scratches were visible after 5,000 strokes using steel wool with pressure applied. Other protective shipping film, as offered from other sellers, were scratched after undergoing the first test cycle. That's why others will provide you with 14 or more protective films as constant replacements."
The above one looks favorably reviewed, and like the results of a couple of the people who posted reviews, the one I mention below, also never had bubbles.
On my old 50D I used something called "Boxwave cleartouch anti glare", and I liked it just fine. I could still see how sharp my images were when I zoomed into them. I didn't find that it took away very much detail, or color. It added a bit more glare than the bare antireflective surface of the LCD screen, but not remotely enough to discourage me from using it. (The 6D's bare screen is far from 100% anti-reflective anyway.) I just left it on for 4 years, never had any problems with it. The best part was the grease from my nose came off instantly with no residue, and could be easily wiped dry or wet, with any cloth on hand, without fear of adding tiny scratches to the screen.
Later when I tried to cut one to fit a smaller Nikon P7000's screen, there was always dust behind the protector that I could not get rid of, but otherwise it worked ok. I left it on when I sold that camera, but I'm sure the buyer peeled it off. I also left the 50D's on when I sold it.