My questions would be:
- How long your AF usually lasts? (different kind of answers are acceptable here, eg.: “x seconds”, “until I blink”, “cannot tell, it’s always on”)
- How much time do you spend looking at a fixed distanced plane (screen, phone, book) a day? (some hour estimation is fine, don’t need to get into fine details)
- Have you ever noticed that your AF lasts longer than usual? If yes, how long it was, and what difference can you tell about the circumstances?
So I started think based on this topic: Slowwwwly working through lessons | First update | -3 both eyes
As I mentioned there for me AF almost always lasts for only a few seconds, most of the time it starts drifting to blur without any blinking, and blinking resets it (which does not seems to be the case for everyone: Do you find that Active Focus resets after you blink? ). The exception is when I have a lot of continuous distance vision (like 3-4 hours plus), when I seemingly move into “auto-AF” where I don’t notice when I have AF, but everything is really clear (though I had no chance to check it on Snellen so far, because this usually means hiking or traveling all day and so on).
And so I started thinking. I have horrible close-up habits. I mean I work 8 hours on computer, my weekday free-time revolve around computer (maybe books, not much better). I take breaks, and improving so everything is fine at that regards. But maybe I have this short AF experience because I always have to re-release ciliary spasm when I start doing distance vision and usually don’t have enough continuous time to totally release it and experience a longer AF?