Chromatic Aberation Z6+50 f1.8

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Tom SilverSpring New Member • Posts: 9
Chromatic Aberation Z6+50 f1.8

This picture was taken with a Z6 and a Z 50 mm f1.8 lens, with 1/4000 sec, f 1.8, ISO 250, no lens hood. I am a very novice photographer, and I am trying to make sense of the green cast on Nick's fur and especially the green on Nick's gums. Is this an example of chromatic aberration? I understand that this can be an issue with many lenses when the scene has very high contrast, but is it reasonable to see this much with this lens? Aside from avoiding high contrast situations, how can I reduce the severity of this in the future?

This is the jpg straight from the camera and has not been post-processed.

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