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Lens review

Canon EF 35 mm f/2.0

23 September 2007
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration



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Canon’s EF2/35 users cannot complain about the chromatic aberration. At the open aperture the level of chromatic aberration is very small. When stopping down the lens, the situation gets a little weaker but it never exceeds the medium level.

Canon EF 35 mm f/2.0 - Chromatic aberration


Canon EF 35 mm f/2.0 - Chromatic aberration