Before reading this you must have two things in mind: 1) I'm using a DSLR for less than 1 month and 2) I am using Google Translator to help me.
It is a good lens, although not having stabilizer you may need to increase the exposure time to compensate for the jitter.
I took some pictures with this lens but unfortunately the first even though I noticed some chromatic aberration. After reading on the internet I found that aberration occurred only close to 300mm. But still I found it very boring! Two situations photographed white subjects: a flower and a bird. In the flower does not notice the aberration until you give some zoom, the picture of the bird, was not required to zoom. Unfortunately I noticed without approaching the image.
If someone can give me ideas of how to mess with this aberration (lightroom, PS, etc..) I would appreciate.
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