Anybody have problems with glasses while shooting?

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  1. Alison

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    My other camera had a little attachment that was soft so I wasn't smashing the camera into my face to be able to see. I wear really small frames but even still it's a pain. Does such an eyepiece attachment exist for the 10D?
     
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    I don't have a problem wearing my glasses- I just remove them and use the doplier (SP) adjustment in the viewfinder.
     
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    Thanks, Big Mike that's just what I will need!
     
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    i highly recommend laser surgery. best investment i ever made.
     
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    I know, I know. My husband really wants to get his done, too. My boys are doomed, we are both practically blind without our glasses. I've worn glasses nearly all my life, I don't know what I would look like without them because I can't see myself :) It's completely irrantional, but I worry that something would go horribly wrong with the laser and I wouldn't be able to take pictures anymore. Maybe if I just do one eye at a time :wink:
     
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    This is the part where I set down the glasses and pop in the contacts. :wink: I fear the laser, too!
     
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    Good, so I'm not alone! I had contacts a long time ago, but I always fell asleep with them in and ended up ripping one shortly after getting it. I have awful season allergies and they bothered my eyes. Might be worth it to give them a go again though, esp now that they make those ones you can wear for weeks at a time.
     
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    That's what the valium is for.
     

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