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Safari Screen Contrast?

u2robert

Active member
With the E-Trac in bright sunlight it was hard to read the screen when detecting
has this issue been addressed with the Safari?
 

u2robert

Active member
I Know about the contrast settings.
I was referring to the E-Trac when even on it's best setting in sunlight
the screen was hard to see/read
 

Goldstrike

Active member
It's only when I have the screen facing the sun that I have difficulty seeing the display. I just rotate the detector around a bit away from the sun. You can make a sunshade to fit above the screen to shade the display.
 
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