"The trouble is not with your set." In my haste to obtain a flight shot I followed the reflection rather than the bird!
As a kid I scarred the cornea of my right eye by injudiciously trying to shoot a hole in a penny with a .22 rifle. I put the penny on the muzzle and shot straight up. This caused gunpowder grains to strike my right eye. Surgeons could not remove all of the residual stains and fragments. Subsequent cataract surgery seemed to actually decrease visual acuity in that eye, and I could no longer focus my camera manually. The surgeon suggested that I use my left eye in the viewfinder but I found this impossible, as my hand on the shutter button hits my nose! Now I have sympathy with "left-eyed" folks who try to adapt to the standard camera configuration.
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