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Canon EF 135 mm f/2L USM

3 October 2011
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration

One glance at the photos below shows that blurred areas situated behind the focus plane have slightly greenish hue and those before the plane are slightly blueish. It means the longitudinal chromatic aberration is not corrected perfectly well but, on the other hand, it would be difficult to call its level high or even medium. No complaints then.

Canon EF 135 mm f/2L USM - Chromatic aberration

The situation of the lateral chromatic aberration is perfect because such an aberration simply doesn’t exist here. In most of cases, taking into account the margin of error, it literally brushes against zero level. A round of applause!


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Canon EF 135 mm f/2L USM - Chromatic aberration

Canon EF 135 mm f/2L USM - Chromatic aberration