Today (or yesterday really – oops), a question about adjustable focus lenses (like eyejusters for example) in the forum:
Since this turned into several additional comments and interest, I’ll post my comment here. I imagine some of you might have had the same curiosity.
Again though, personal preference.
Maybe you like fiddly knobs and have enough self control not to adjust the focal plane five times a day (or twice a week – equally not recommended). Maybe it’s the encouragement you need to get into getting your eyes on track, and the nerd factor of adjustable lens eyejusters things (hey, I love gadgets too) is what will get you over the procrastination hump. It’s all good, as long as we’re addressing those focal planes.
But if you are into my monk-like ways of simplicity and habits and subtle changes, a plain lens will do the job nicely.
Housekeeping notes: Yesterday was meltdown day. Flight to Singapore, and several rather uncool bank issues, and the accountant remembering last minute key paperwork, and also a little punk using his parents credit card to buy things on the site. When it rains … Add to that sketchy Internet at the airport, a delayed flight, late arrival, and I didn’t even think of writing a blog post. My humblest of apologies.
Did you see Jon Hamm‘s tweet though, yesterday? *preen*