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A history of Sony Alpha - Minolta AF 85 mm f/1.4 G D versus Sony Zeiss Planar T* 85 mm f/1.4

22 December 2009
Szymon Starczewski

5. Chromatic aberration

Both lenses correct the chromatic aberration well but, as you see on the graph below, the Sony does it better.

A history of Sony Alpha - Minolta AF 85 mm f/1.4 G D versus Sony Zeiss Planar T* 85 mm f/1.4 - Chromatic aberration

The Minolta’s aberration level is low and near the maximum relative aperture it approaches medium values. In the case of the Sony it is low or even negligible for the whole aperture range.


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Frame edge – f/2.0
Minolta AF 85 mm f/1.4 G D
Sony Zeiss Planar T* 85 mm f/1.4
A history of Sony Alpha - Minolta AF 85 mm f/1.4 G D versus Sony Zeiss Planar T* 85 mm f/1.4 - Chromatic aberration A history of Sony Alpha - Minolta AF 85 mm f/1.4 G D versus Sony Zeiss Planar T* 85 mm f/1.4 - Chromatic aberration