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Thread: Focusing on the GG: am I missing some optical principle?

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    Re: Focusing on the GG: am I missing some optical principle?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Salomon View Post
    Why not?
    Just a little good-natured ribbing, Bob, since you post regularly about how important it is to get your loupe to focus on the frosted side of the ground glass. Not to detract from the importance of your advice, but it seems there might be a little wiggle room there after all, depending, of course, on how flexible your eyes are

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    Re: Focusing on the GG: am I missing some optical principle?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doremus Scudder View Post
    Just a little good-natured ribbing, Bob, since you post regularly about how important it is to get your loupe to focus on the frosted side of the ground glass. Not to detract from the importance of your advice, but it seems there might be a little wiggle room there after all, depending, of course, on how flexible your eyes are

    Best,

    Doremus
    Sorry, there is no wiggle room. The distance from the top to the bottom of the gg is too great.

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