I thought Panasonic bodies + Panasonic lenses automatically corrects CA?

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I thought Panasonic bodies + Panasonic lenses automatically corrects CA?
4 months ago

I was looking back at some of the photos I took and this caught my eye. Nothing special but the one that caught my my is the CA on the "WATCH COLLECTION" sign on the upper left and on the "TISSOT" sign on the display case on the left. I do understand what causes CA (purple fringing) but what I'm curious is that, why is the "OMEGA" sign did not show any CA?. Is it because of the different light (wavelength)? Can this also be attributed to the lens (Panasonic 14-140 II in this case) and/or camera (GM1) sensor? I thought Panasonic camera when Panasonic lenses will correct this type of CA? Is there a setting in the camera that correct this or it's built-in the the engine? Is this such an extreme case that the Panasonic software cannot correct? How can you minimize such CA?

Thanks in advance for you response/suggestion/opinions.

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