Awsome Shots with my new lens. Small Questions about CA. NOT C&C THREAD.

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  1. feRRari4756

    feRRari4756 TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys I just did my first event with my new Canon 70-200 f/4 L lens and the results I got are amazing!! Better than what i thought. As you already know, the lens is amazingly sharp and very fast on AI Servo. I just have on VERY SMALL thing I noticed and just want to ask about. On TDP Review, it says that this lens handles CA very well. I have some very small CA on the face of some of the swells in my photos. Here are some examples:

    WJ LBI Longboard Classic 2009 - RichieEpiscopo's Photos- powered by SmugMug

    WJ LBI Longboard Classic 2009 - RichieEpiscopo's Photos- powered by SmugMug

    WJ LBI Longboard Classic 2009 - RichieEpiscopo's Photos- powered by SmugMug

    my question is: Is this normal CA for this lens or is this caused by my NON-multi coated Tiffen Polorizer Filter?

    Also, do you think these images came out as sharp as expected for this lens, or do oyou think my cheap tiffen filter made this images sligty softer than this lens 100% capabilities?
     
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    Dao No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    SORRY GUYS LOL. Just fixed it
     
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    Putting crappy filters on top of top-of-the-line lenses will cheapen the outcome. Get better filters or take the filter off altogether and shoot again. You'll likely have less CA and and the images will be sharper.

    (I didn't see much CA on those images at that size, btw.)
     

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