First pictures with Minolta 70-210mm f/4 beercan lens

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  1. mooimeisie

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    Received my beercan lens purchased off ebay today. Here's a couple of floral pictures taken tonight.

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    #1 is fantastic!

    Looks like you have a touch of color fringing, but not a whole lot. Looks like a killer lens!
     
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    Thanks, I realized after I posted that #2 wasn't a terrifice picture. Could you tell me what color fringing is?
     
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    Color fringing, also known as chromatic aberration, is caused by the camera lens not focusing the different wavelengths of the light onto the same focal plane. It occurs most frequently at high-contrast edges and sometimes can exist in the form of purple fringing.
     

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