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    Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

    Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8
    This may be something super simple that I'm just missing but I've noticed some photos with my 80-200 2.8 I have some blue color casting around the edges of my detail. I'm using the 80-200 with a Nikon D7200. I had to turn up the shadows in this RAW image to bring up the detail in the black bird, I noticed if I leave the shadows at 0 it isn't as noticeable.

    Attached is a 100% zoom screenshot. Is this normal? Something I need to change?

    Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8-blue-cast.jpg


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    Nikon 50MM 1.8G
    Nikon 80-200 2.8



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    Re: Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

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    Re: Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

    "Purple Fringing".
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    Re: Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

    Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8
    It's purple and is called Chromatic Aberration. Here is a video that should help you correct it when it happens.

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    Re: Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

    My Sigma 50-150 f2.8 has bad fringing when shooting into bright light like that. It is my only lens that has that bad a problem. I can repair most of it in Affinity.
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    Re: Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

    That is called Chromatic Aberration. It is caused by light refraction. In Lightroom you can remove that. Go into the Develop mode under Lens Correction and click on the box "Remove Chromatic Aberration.
    D7200, D810, D500, Nikkor AF-S 24-120mm f/4G ED VR, A-S Nikkor 85mm 1:1.8 G,
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  7. #7
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    Re: Blue color along edge of detail on 80-200 2.8

    Thanks guys. Knew it has to be pretty common and easy fix.

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    Equipment:
    Nikon D7200
    Nikon 50MM 1.8G
    Nikon 80-200 2.8





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