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LON­GI­TU­DI­NAL Chro­matic Aber­ra­tio ns

Un­like lat­eral chro­matic aber­ra­tions, lon­gi­tu­di­nal chro­matic aber­ra­tions can show up across the whole frame – most com­monly as red and green fring­ing – and can’t be au­to­mat­i­cally cor­rected for in-cam­era.


Co­matic aber­ra­tion (coma) af­fects pin­points of light in a scene, mostly around the pe­riph­ery of the im­age frame, dis­tort­ing them to look like they have comet tails.

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