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This word of Ja­panese ori­gin is used to de­scribe the pic­to­rial qual­ity of de­fo­cused ar­eas within images.

Bokeh fring­ing

Un­like lat­eral chro­matic aber­ra­tions, which are au­to­mat­i­cally cor­rected in cur­rent Nikon cam­eras, bokeh fring­ing is caused by lon­gi­tu­di­nal chro­matic aber­ra­tions. This gives rise to colour fring­ing in de­fo­cused ar­eas of images.

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