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Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 14-35 mm f/2.0 SWD

30 August 2010
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration

The graph below shows the relationship between the chromatic aberration and the value of the aperture for three focal lengths: 14, 23 and 35 mm.

Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 14-35 mm f/2.0 SWD - Chromatic aberration

It would be difficult to complain about anything here. Only the difficult combination of the maximum relative aperture and the shortest focal length gives us the medium level of aberration. In all other cases the aberration remains low or very low. The tested lens once again deserves our praise.


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Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 14-35 mm f/2.0 SWD - Chromatic aberration