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Subject: Focusing a camera while wearing graduated bifocals...

Date: Thu Sep 16 08:39:10 1999
Posted by lorie leo
Grade level: School: No school entered.
City: north liberty State/Province: ia Country: usa
Area of science: Physics
ID: 937485550.Ph

When focusing a camera, do I look through the close-up (reading) part of 
my lenses since the image is physically quite close to my eyes, or the 
distance part of the lens because I am seeing an image that is really far 
away and has been brought "close" by the camera's optics? My photos are 

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