E-M5, Panasonic 12-35, CA and Fringing (The Fiasco)

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E-M5, Panasonic 12-35, CA and Fringing (The Fiasco)
Aug 23, 2012

The anxiety over the CA with this lens is getting ridiculous, stupid ridiculous,

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A preset for importing takes care of the CA checkbox. Fringing correction on one image can be copied/stamped to the rest in a series, takes but a couple of minutes. One might want to save Defringe settings as presets. The only bugaboo with Defringing is that sometimes it can negatively impact portions of the image outside of the fringing areas. If the image is worthwhile, that can be brushed away. Just something to be aware of. Otherwise, it ain't no fiasco as some make it to be.

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