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Old 09-06-2007, 05:41 PM #1
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well i have been playing with my x105, always use my goggles when doing close up burning, but when pointing on white wall I look away, but afterwards i get tired in my eyes, just like welding blind(trying to translate from Icelandic) but a lot less effective, does this damage my eyes bit by bit or do they recover from this after each time? you know i don't feel horribly but i can feel that my eyes are tired..


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I'm pretty sure its too bright like walking outside after being inside for awhile.


Kinda like when your eyes hurt as soon as you walk out.
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Hmm, I experience the same sometimes.
Looking at the spot (especially when its dark) creates something like flashblindness.

But I really don't know if this is harmfull if this happens too often.(I hope not)

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