The middle two girls look like they COULD have it, but I also think that they are probably looking down and don't.
Look at the fish when they are swimming and looking straight, if their eyes look like they are partially covered then it MAY be possible.
I should also add that just because they may have the DS eye deformity, doesn't mean that they will positively go blind. It just means that there is an increased likelyhood of it and they shouldn't be bred.
I didn't mean for my comment about the male I bought's eye to scare anyone out of buying any fish they truly love, I just wanted people to be careful when looking at breeding them so they don't pass it on.
When a fish looks like (s)he has something like a snake eye when looking directly at you/ahead, that is a sign they have the deformity. Not all DS have it, so don't get overly worried please
I feel like I caused a panic! Sorry!