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Samyang 7.5 mm f/3.5 UMC Fish-eye MFT

12 September 2011
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration



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The depth of field, offered by the Samyang 3.5/7.5, is so significant that it would be difficult to expect any longitudinal chromatic aberration problems. The photo below, taken at the maximum relative aperture shows that indeed, there are practically no problems whatsoever.

Samyang 7.5 mm f/3.5 UMC Fish-eye MFT - Chromatic aberration

When it comes to the lateral chromatic aberration you can’t complain either. At the maximum relative aperture it nears a medium level and on slight stopping down it decreases to low values.

Samyang 7.5 mm f/3.5 UMC Fish-eye MFT - Chromatic aberration

Samyang 7.5 mm f/3.5 UMC Fish-eye MFT - Chromatic aberration