Rubber frame with a dioptric adjustment lens, Canon 600D

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Re: Rubber frame with a dioptric adjustment lens, Canon 600D
In reply to TheMrPatrick, 11 months ago

TheMrPatrick wrote:


I am going to purchase a Canon 600D in a few weeks. I have tested the camera last week in a store, but I noticed I couldn't get things that were at a distance perfectly in focus with the dioptric adjustment wheel alone. I wear glasses, but I prefer to use the viewfinder without my glasses on, so I need to buy a dioptric adjustment lens. But I have a question about what rubber frame I should use.

What camera have you been using up to now? I don't think there should be any difference with near or far subjects and what you see in the viewfinder.

I would test the camera again before you spend money on a dioptric adjustment lens. All you need to do is adjust the dioptric so the numbers at the bottom of the viewfinder are sharp. If they are sharp then the viewfinder should also be sharp.

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