Okay, I’m turning myself in. I’ve held off kvetching about this here for weeks and weeks because I thought it must be temporary. But that doesn’t seem to be the case—at least not nearly as temporary as I want it to be.
My current normalized (-1.0) allow me to see 20/25 in good light that is not brilliant sunlight, and even 20/20 with a little effort (with a 3-meter chart). But put me in my slightly dimmed local sports bar or a well-lit church, for example, and all distance is a blur. The glasses are not, in those circumstances, a great improvement over my naked eyes.
Mind you, it’s not that I’m cripplingly blind in those situations. I can live with it pretty easily. It’s just that I’m flummoxed to figure out why the difference would be so extreme. I know, from my chronically avid attention to this forum and to the videos, that everybody experiences a diminution of accuity at night or on cloudy days, but I don’t have the impression that the rest of you experience the degree of discontinuity that has me stumped.
Am I wrong? Is what I’m experiencing normal for you folks?
Thanks for any help. (I repeat that I’m not suffering at all. I’d just like to understand better what’s going on with my peepers.)