Adjustable Lenses: Are Eyejusters A Good Idea?

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 […]

Jake Steiner

Jan 08,2016 · 2 min read

Today (or yesterday really – oops), a question about adjustable focus lenses (like eyejusters for example) in the forum:

eyejusters-question

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.

Here goes:

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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*

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Cheers,

-Jake

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Jake Steiner

Reformed stock trader. Kite surfer, pilot, vagabond. Father. And of course - the last of the living, imaginarily bearded eye gurus.

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