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Tamron SP AF 60 mm f/2.0 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1

25 March 2011
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration

As you can see in the photo below the Tamron is free from one common problem of fast lenses – the longitudinal chromatic aberration. Two low-dispersion glass elements in the front elements’ set perform their task very well here.

Tamron SP AF 60 mm f/2.0 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1 - Chromatic aberration

The graph below shows how the lateral chromatic aberration looks like.


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Tamron SP AF 60 mm f/2.0 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1 - Chromatic aberration

You can notice very well that also here you won’t encounter any serious problems. The aberration is the highest at the maximum relative aperture but even there it won’t be bothersome at all. The situation even improves on stopping down the lens.

Tamron SP AF 60 mm f/2.0 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1 - Chromatic aberration