8th February 2005, 10:50 AM
The "problem" came to me about one and a half years ago. I as short-sighted and wearing glasses, but started having to take out glasses to eat lunch (could not see what I was eating) as well as change settings on camera. Hated that, and also hated having to adjust dioptre on viewfinder.
Then went for lasik. Now I can see far, I don't have to adjust diopotre. But I have to wear reading glasses before I can change settings on camera. And I hate that.
Lasik has some limits - do check with doc. Myopia is due to focal length issues. Lasik's good for this - changing the natural focal length. But the "far-sightedness" issue is due to muscles that cannot focus near. Lasik has limited use here.
Happy New Year all!
8th February 2005, 01:42 PM
Don't think you will have problem looking thru the viewfinder lah
You might have problem reading the camera/lens settings though ...
!!!Happy Lunar New Year 2005!!!
8th February 2005, 10:40 PM
People should take a break from the computer screen as well man. Any of you take breaks? Or do you just stay glued to the display?
8th February 2005, 11:49 PM
you still young leh....
Originally Posted by KNIGHT ONG
quite a spring chicken still lah, where got anywhere near mid-age...
8th February 2005, 11:52 PM
Originally Posted by PLRBEAR
you're right on this...
though i know and agree with the wisdom of your advice, the truth is that at work, i'm so pressed for time and absorbed in what i'm doing that i only move away when i'm called away...