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    Vignette with 24-120

    Vignette with 24-120
    Below is 7 shots with this lens at , 24 , 28 , 34 , 50 , 70 , 85 and 120 , of a grey sky , if exif doesn’t show all at f4 1/500 +33ev aper priority matrix metering , no lens hood no filters , question what causes this vignette , seems to be bad at 70, 85Vignette with 24-120-4c877e47-8c33-44bd-bbdb-ff916105d192.jpeg

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    Re: Vignette with 24-120

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Below is 7 shots with this lens at , 24 , 28 , 34 , 50 , 70 , 85 and 120 , of a grey sky , if exif doesn’t show all at f4 1/500 +33ev aper priority matrix metering , no lens hood no filters , question what causes this vignette , seems to be bad at 70, 85
    It's common for lenses vignette to one degree or another. A lens correction profile in Lr or Camera Raw should remove it, in part or in full. There are also manual controls for removing lens vignette if the profile is not fully up to the task.
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  3. #3
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    Re: Vignette with 24-120

    Theres's vignette control in most cameras, too. What causes it? 24-70 is a difficult lens to make, 24-120 is that much more difficult especially in fast glass. Lenses that stick to either wide or telephoto are more consistent. Lenses that go pretty wide to pretty long have to make compromises. The trade off would be to carry 2 lenses instead of 1 or bump the aperture a stop or 2. At least with vignette, its easily fixed either in camera or in post.
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  4. #4
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    Re: Vignette with 24-120

    As stated there's vignette control in your camera, but it is only applied to JPEGs and the preview, but not the Raw file. For that you need to, as also stated, apply the vignetting correction available in Camera Raw/Lightroom. The 24-120mm is a great bang for the buck lens, but with every budget/"kit" lens you're going to find something that needs to be overcome. I've got one and it practically lives on my D750. I don't remember ever seeing vignetting like that, but since early on I've applied the lens correction as a part of the Lightroom import, so if it exists on my copy then it's largely overcome by the profile corrections applied (it corrects distortion and chromatic aberration as well).
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