Three years ago (since the Olympus C2000) I insisted it was digicam
artifact (some color calculation) problem even lots of DC review site
said it should be a lens design problem. But finally I agreed, the
chroma gets worse at the wide angle end and towards the edges, nothing
seems to related to CCD. I would say Olympus did it very poor here,
with the price of E-10 it shouldn't happen!
It is totally not related to the scanner also unless it was some poor
scanner than I have never use, just like the Zuiko 180/2.8 which has
serious chroma and much poorer than many other lenses, I never suspect
it was a scanner problem as it is easy to make a comparison since one
should have lots of slides shot with different lenses to compare.
Winsor Crosby wrote:
> This review of the E20 indicates that color fringing is a little
> worse than on the E10. The example shown, however, is not at the
> edge of the picture. It appears to be some sort of "pixel bloom"
> sometimes seen on scanners and seems to be a common digicam artifact.
> Winsor Crosby
> Long Beach, California
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