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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

How to Use a Camera If You Need Glasses

If you need glasses, taking good pictures might seem a little tricky. There are a few things you can do to make it easier.

Needing glasses—or even being totally blind—is not a barrier to taking great photos. You still need to understand the basics of exposure and composition. It’s just that using your camera and, in particular, focusing shots will be a bit harder. Let’s look at what to do.

Get a Camera with A Viewfinder and Adjust the Diopter

You might not know this, but the viewfinder on every good DSLR or mirrorless camera has a diopter-adjustment dial so you can adjust it to fit your eyesight. It’s the small wheel next to the viewfinder.

Adjusting the diopter of the viewfinder means you’ll be able to look through it and see everything as if you were wearing your glasses. All the information like shutter speed and aperture will also be sharp so, even if you can’t read the screen on the back of the camera, you can still see your camera’s settings.

The built-in diopter adjustments range from about +1 to -3, depending on your camera. If your prescription falls within that range, check out our guide to adjusting the viewfinder. If your prescription is stronger than that, don’t worry. Both Canon and Nikon offer additional viewfinder lenses. The best place to buy them is from your local dealer or a reputable online photography store like B&H.

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