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Although cameras often have diopter correction, your problem may be due to the astigmatism issue, for which there is no simple adjustment. However, if the viewfinder eye-lens is removable, a custom lens can be ground to correct for your astigmatism. Another possibility is to have such a lens made to overlay a non-removable eye-lens, but you would probably ...
I believe adjusting your camera's diopter to match with your eye power will solve this issue. It is very important to set the diopter prior to take any photos. You can find more information here
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