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    I tried the aux eyepiece lenses.
    It worked fine...but only when I was looking thru the camera.
    Other than that, I had to put my glasses on.
    What a PIA.
    It was just easier to view thru the camera w my glasses on.

    But I agree, certain cameras with "small" viewfinder windows are not designed for use with eye glasses.

    Contacts or eye surgery that would get me back to 20/20 would be nice. But middle-age eyes can only be helped so much.

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    Old age eyes are beyond repair..

    still contacts are so nice....

    But I find my arms are getting shorter every year!
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.

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    @Paul
    My former eye doc told me that I have too many things to correct to use contacts.
    And to make it worse, now I wear tri-focal glasses.

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    That getting old thing is not so much fun.. they say it;s downhill after 50.. hell you don't hit terminal velocity till you are over 60.. then the ride gets more interesting.
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.

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    Actually it is 40.
    That was when I need to get bifocals.

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