Kodak Digital Single Vision Lenses provide vision correction for one viewing distance
If you are nearsighted or farsighted, KodakDigital Single Vision Lens is the perfect solution, providing vision correction for one viewing distance – whether far or up-close.
Kodak Digital Single Vision Lenses offer a host of available lens options, giving you the freedom to express your own personal style for a total eyewear solution that does it all.
Experience your World in Brilliant Visual Clarity
You have a choice when selecting your eyewear. With Kodak Digital Single Vision Lenses, you get advanced lens technology, delivering the optical performance you need, without sacrificing the look you want.
Kodak Digital Single Vision Lens harnesses the power of digital lens design and delivers greater clarity and performance at all prescription powers for a truly unmatched visual experience.Ask our eyelensathome optician for details.
Correction for nearsightedness
Correction for farsightedness
How do I know if I need Kodak Digital Single Vision Lenses?
If you find yourself squinting or feeling eye fatigue when viewing objects at a close range, you may have Hyperopia. Also known as farsightedness, hyperopia is a common vision problem, affecting about a fourth of the population.
What does it mean to be Farsighted?
Hyperopia, or “hypermetropia”, is the medical term for what many call farsightedness. A person with hyperopia, or farsightedness, has the ability to view objects in the distance, but has difficulty seeing objects up-close.
How common is farsightedness?
Farsightedness is a common vision condition that affects about a quarter of the population. Many children are born farsighted and can “outgrow” the condition as their eyeball lengthens with normal growth. Individuals with parents that are farsighted may also be more likely to develop the condition.
Hyperopia is caused by the shape of the eye – the eyeball is slightly too short, which prevents incoming light from focusing directly on the retina. Farsightedness occurs when the eyes try to focus images behind the retina instead of on the retina, which can result in blurred vision. Farsightedness is sometimes confused with Presbyopia, a vision condition which also causes near vision to be blurred, but Presbyopia is a different vision condition that affects individuals ages 40 or over.
If you find yourself squinting or feeling eye fatigue when viewing objects at a close range, you may be farsighted. Other symptoms may include headaches or eye strain. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, consult an eyecare professional for a comprehensive eye exam.
Farsighted vision can be corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses to change the way light rays bend into the eyes4. If you are farsighted, your prescription will have a plus lens power (e.g. +2.50D). Depending on your prescription, you may need to wear eyeglasses or contacts either all the time or only when focusing on up close tasks, such as reading or working on a computer.
If you have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly, but are able to see well for close-up tasks such as reading and computer use, you may have myopia. Also known as nearsightedness, myopia affects 41% of the US population.