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Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by clarinet, May 11, 2011.

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    I use my I pad in a single engine aircraft while wea ring sun glasses and it is almost unreadable what can o do????????
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    Welcome from a fellow pilot. Do you have a glass panelled aircraft? If so, do you have problems reading the display there? I use my iPad and GPS (Garmin 496) in my C172 without any problems, though I have sunglasses which allow me to look at the instrument panel and GPS (i.e. looking down slightly) without having to look through the lens of the glasses. When I look up and out of the aircraft then I am looking through the glasses.

    What sunglasses do you use? Ray Ban?

    Of course, I fly in Scotland, where it's not that often too sunny!!

    Tim

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