very impressed with this wide angle adaptor (3 pics)
Just did a little test of this adaptor with the 200% lens (16mm) calibration applied in Lightroom (on all 3 sliders). Its a nice piece of kit which does give good results, incredible central resolution on the 2nd image
Can't tell exactly what rig you are showing us, and it is slightly unclear to many of us exactly what post-processing you did in your quite nice photos.
yes, really nice quality for a SWA adapter. A few others have previously posted very nice results from this 16mm/WA combo on the forum. Sony did a really good job on this converter, and mechanically / pricewise also a nice product. Too bad that the quality of the 16mm itself is often less convincing (unless at f/8-f/11, or if you happen to get a really good copy).
These images are at f/11, and there is still obvious CA near the corner of the second picture. I noticed the same CA problem in other pictures of this combo: similar to the 16mm without converter, but a bit stronger. Seems this CA is a nonlinear issue, almost impossible to remove (automatically) in PP.
Yes it does still leave a little CA but nothing you can't get rid of with a couple of moments in PP. Having used a Canon 16-35L on a 5DII for a couple of years, its almost as good even in the corners.
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