Tamron 24-135mm colour shift?

Started Jun 2, 2012 | Discussions thread
bakhtyar kurdi Contributing Member • Posts: 665
sorry to tell you that

but ISO 320, 24mm, 1/5000 sec, f9, -0.7 all means you don't know how to use your camera, there is no lens with color shift, some lenses have slight color cast depending on the make and coatings used.

When you have enough light to hand hold, always use the minimum ISO, in your case, with 24mm you need 1/100 shutter speed to get sharp images even if you have shaky hands, I don't understand why you use 1/5000 to sacrifice the ISO, plus underexposing the picture and lifting it up again to get the maximum noise possible.

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