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Sigma 100-300 mm f/4 DG EX APO IF HSM

27 September 2007
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration

At 100 mm focal length, there simply is no chromatic aberration for the Sigma at all. No matter which diaphragm was used, its value reaches only 0.05%.

Sigma 100-300 mm f/4 DG EX APO IF HSM - Chromatic aberration


The situations get a little bit weaker when we increase focal length. The value of chromatic aberration in this case reaches 0.12%, which is an average to large level. Taking into consideration the APO, the results could be better, although there are no major reasons to complain about them.


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Sigma 100-300 mm f/4 DG EX APO IF HSM - Chromatic aberration