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Samsung NX 16 mm f/2.4

5 March 2012
Arkadiusz Olech

5. Chromatic aberration

When it comes to the longitudinal chromatic aberration, it makes itself felt at the maximum relative aperture - it can be noticed in a photo below. That aberration decreases noticeably on stopping down the lens by one exposition value.

Samsung NX 16 mm f/2.4 - Chromatic aberration

The lateral chromatic aberration doesn’t depend on the aperture value almost at all for a change – in the whole range it keeps the level of 0.09%, which is considered as a borderline between low and medium aberration values. Once again such a result is better than that of the Sony 2.8/16, which showed very high aberration level (ranging from 0.17 to 0.22%).


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Samsung NX 16 mm f/2.4 - Chromatic aberration

Samsung NX 16 mm f/2.4 - Chromatic aberration