Allan Bell Posted June 20, 2015 Share Posted June 20, 2015 Just browsing the web and came across this http://www.dpreview.com/lensreviews/fujifilm-55-200-3p5-4p8/4 on DPReview. It would appear that Fuji's distortion correction algorithm for this lens, particularly at the longer focal lengths, is stretching the image in the centre (center) thus causing a blurring/OOF effect. It is only slight but shows up quite well at 100%. If the distortion correction is turned off then the centre of the image sharpens up at the expense of pincushioning of straight lines at the edges. You pays yer money and takes your choice but it would appear that switching off distortion correction would at least, in part, reduce the problem of being failed for SoLD. What do others think? Or would it be better to dump said lens. Anyone know if this occurs with other makes of lens when distortion correction is used? Allan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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