What would your picture look like if there is Chromatic aberration?


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clicknick

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Is it the same as corner softness?

Does it mean your center is sharp but your sides and corners are blur? Or the whole picture is blur?:think:
 

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tunster said:
C.A. should means Purple Fringe...it happens quite often when doing backlit shots.
Oh, so CA means we see those purple borders at high contrast area? Thanks.
 

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NMSS_2 said:
Chromatic aberration


"center is sharp but your sides and corners are blur"

i think that means the lens is poorly designed.

whole picture blur could be due to lousy lens or focusing problem.
Hi, thanks for the link :thumbsup:

According to this link:
"Chromatic aberration is visible as color fringing around contrasty edges and occurs more frequently around the edges of the image frame in wide angle shots. "

"Purple Fringing" usually refers to a typical digital camera phenomenon that is caused by the microlenses. In simplified terms purple fringing is "chromatic aberration at microlens level". As a consequence, purple fringing is visible throughout the image frame, unlike normal chromatic aberration.
 

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