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#54016 10/11/00 10:05 PM
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Could pinhole glasses help me with getting better photofocus? Does anyone use them, are they effective?

I have a problem whereby one of my eyes is more powerful than the other thus the blip page is always slightly to one side, could pinhole glasses clear up this problem.


#54017 10/11/00 10:46 PM
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I have the same problem. I've just ignored it. When I started focusing on the outer edges of each page (white space) instead of focusing on the inner spine of the book, it seemed to become less of an issue.

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Don't worry about the blip page being off a little...

#54019 10/13/00 07:56 PM
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My blip is hardly perfect but it has never concerned me.

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