When I look thru the Sony A100 view finder, I cannot see the complete viewfinder field due to my need to wear glasses. I can't see the corners of the viewfinder nor the exposure data line at the bottom without shifting my eye around. This is NOT a focus problem as I can adjust the di-opter dial for sharpness. Without being able to see the full viewfinder field, this camera is unuseable, in my opinion. I have been searching for an eyepiece accessory that will extend the eye relief for us 4-eyed ol' farts that need glasses to see. I have looked thru Nikons, Canons, and Olympus DSLRs and I see much more if not all of the framewith my glasses on.....
DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A SOURCE FOR AN EYE-RELIEF EXTENDER ATTACHMENT FOR THE A100??????
I have an investment in Minolta glass that I do not want to throw away and the A100 looks fantastic, but if you can't see thru the viewfinder properly, it's useless.....