e-pl2 red spot problem

Started Jan 15, 2011 | Discussions thread
kenw
kenw Veteran Member • Posts: 5,346
Re: Nothing new really

greyhat wrote:

it seems to me that is a lens diffraction issue. In that case there's not much Olympus can do about it: several rays difract at lens diaphragm.

No, that isn't what diffraction looks like or how it behaves. Besides, if you look earlier in the thread you'll see examples posted of two different lenses on an EPL1 and EPL2. Both lenses do not have the problem on the EPL1 and both lenses do have the problem on the EPL2.
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