Deliberate, added vignetting may be an interesting feature.
Systematic vignetting due to either the lens or the printer/operator is more
> Le 13 mai 2020 à 17:17, Bill Barber via olympus <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a
> écrit :
> On 5/12/2020 4:49 PM, Ken Norton wrote:
>>> AHA! Compare vignetting.
>>> Holding My Breath Moose
>> No need to worry. The vignetting I'm seeing is specifically related to
>> the protruding lens mount into the corners. It's something I see
>> referenced all over the Interwebs regarding the SONY Alpha series. I
>> expected to see it and when I go looking for it, I can find it.
> Don't really want to wade into the physics of why one vignettes and the other
> doesn't or does to a lesser degree, however one of my favorite contemporary
> photographers/artist/educators is Keith Carter. His mantra, as anyone who has
> spent any time with him can attest is, "Darken around the edges." So my
> assessment on the adapters is the Universe has sent us what we need . . . a
> marriage of physics and aesthetics. For anyone not familiar with Keith's
> work, make your day more enjoyable by checking him out.
> Bill "Soon to be released from lock up in Texas" Barber
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