How to avoid scratches on specs lens?


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Teo

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When viewing through the view finder, sometimes we may unknowingly got our spectacles lens scratched. What would be the best way to prevent it?

Less the options of :
1) using a rubber eye cup
2) using viewfinder diopter adjustment (troublesome, need to remove specs when taking photos)
3) using the LCD screen



TIA


cheers
 

quavisity

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gaffer your specs lens :bsmilie:
wear contact lens :)
 

yanyewkay

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normally the viewfinder already have some rubber lining. I never had the prob of glasses get scratched when using viewfinder..
 

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Usually, when I'm shooting for assignment, I will switch my specs for contacts. So that I will be able to see the full viewfinder. And it's more comfortable too, without having to worry about the specs fogging up in some situations.
 

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Prismatic said:
Usually, when I'm shooting for assignment, I will switch my specs for contacts. So that I will be able to see the full viewfinder. And it's more comfortable too, without having to worry about the specs fogging up in some situations.
that's what i do too
 

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