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    your eye doctor should be able to tell you what you need for your "viewing" eye. As if you don't get the right one, it won't help. I used the screw in type for years and as my glasses changed i had to change diopters. Am clueless what happened to the old ones.
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    As I turn this knob 'thing' counter clock wise, (toward the minus sign), it runs out of adjustment. In this case, do I need plus kind or minus kind of diopter lenses?? I can tell it's ALMOST there.... just little more is all I need.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    makes sense
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    Success! I just received and installed -2.0 diopter corrective lens. Now I can turn the "knob" and bring the focusing area to sharp focus. (yes, I took utmost care in not poking my eyes when adjusting the knob.... )
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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