Martin P Wilson Posted November 19, 2014 Share Posted November 19, 2014 I am very happy with the sharpness of mine and have had no QC failures but I do struggle a bit to clear the CA. I need to do a bit of experimenting with and without a filter and maybe some different settings for CA in LR. It is such a useful focal length I would be loath to part with it. Pearl I find that ooc jpegs remove the CA/fringing pretty well. When converting in C1 Pro the default can be a bit aggressive and there is little control so in some situations you end up with a (usually green) colour cast next to where the CA has been removed. That said it is not normally a problem and you have to be looking for it. I guess in extremis you can always do the raw conversion on the camera. Only done it once when I got the expoure wrong on a news pic ( shoot raw + jpg) which I needed to send from location but it is straightforward and there are some controls esp for exposure and I believe you can choose the film simulation as well. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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