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When I'm watching a "pan or establishing shot" in a movie it really hurts my eyes.

  • 30-12-2022 6:38pm
    Registered Users Posts: 219 ✭✭ segosego89

    Recently I went to an optometrist and they discovered that I have astigmatism. They gave me glasses and it fixed my blurry vision and short sighted-ness but the motion blur issues are still there.

    Let's say you've started watching a movie or TV show and there's this kind of sudden "pan shot" or "establishing shot" of a massive landscape or something. When I watch these kinds of scenes it really hurts my eyes and head. It's quite uncomfortable. Sometimes I have to look away. It's the same when playing an intense FPS video game for example.

    I have no idea why this is though? Does it have anything to do with eyesight? I'm a bit bothered by the issue because my glasses haven't solved the issue.