Hi Phillip! This is a never ending problem and I gave up to get a good clear view from from the ST16 or any other screen. As my clients often join me when I work for them I have put an Ipad in a box with a sunshine lid on a tripod and it works perfect. Just turn the box away from the sun or if possible put it in the shade. It might not win a design price but it works. The Ipad will get its signal from the "H" so no cables needed.. Its a very customer friiendly way to work as the customer can tell you exactly how he/she want me to take the pics. NB I always work in video mode and then do "frame -grabs"The monitor for the T-16 has a bad glare to it no matter if I have a shield or not. I would like to connect my T-16 to my much larger lap top screen. Any ideas how to do that? I hook the hdmi cable to it but it did not work.
Belive me, I have tried it on both ST16 and Ipad, it's just rubbish! Doesn't work at all. Save your money,For what it's worth, there is a third-party anti-glare screen protector tailor-made for the Typhoon controller that has a matte finish and is supposed to cut down on the ST16's glare a lot. I haven't purchased it yet to know firsthand if it does what it claims, but I thought I'd mention it here. Could be a viable solution to the problem in lieu of opting for a tablet solution.
Belive me, I have tried it on both ST16 and Ipad, it's just rubbish! Doesn't work at all. Save your money,
Why not fly at night? It solves all our glare probs!THANK YOU for posting this.You just saved me time AND money. I appreciate it. I guess dealing with occasional screen glare and the ST16 hood are just a couple of things we have to live with. Oh, well. It's STILL a fantastic machine!
Hi Air One! It's simple just download the (free) CGO3+ app to your Ipad. Then search for the CGO... WiFI from the "H". The code is 1234567890. That's it and you can watch the live pic.The monitor for the T-16 has a bad glare to it no matter if I have a shield or not. I would like to connect my T-16 to my much larger lap top screen. Any ideas how to do that? I hook the hdmi cable to it but it did not work.
How do you reach the settings when you wanna change them?
IMO there are no glare protectors that works. Only for them who sell themI have used the glare protectors designed for a 7" Android tablet. They work well but are difficult to apply correctly. There are air bubbles that are hard to remove.
I now use a protector and a floppy hat which protects the back of my neck and tops of my ears as well as giving me shade so I can see the screen.
The one I use is this Amazon.com: Nexus 7 FHD Screen Protector, Tech Armor Anti-Glare/Anti-Fingerprint Google Nexus 7 FHD (2013) Film Screen Protector [3-Pack]: Computers & Accessories
Inexpensive and there are more then one.
No I don't work for Amazon, I don't work at all............
Just plug and play. I was dubious as some people have experienced problems attaching various monitors, but this just works, and works well. Also brings extra functions like a histogram, over exposure Zebra stripes, focus assist plus others and particularly useful, an independant zoom facility (x4, x9, x16) for my client.Brightsky, is there any special settings you need to do to the monitor, or st16 is it just plug it in and play