chromatic aberration

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an optical aberration in which the image has colored fringes

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Lateral chromatic aberrations are inherent to all optics and must be compensated for in the optical design.
Correction of chromatic aberration by achromatisation involves the superimposition of the images produced at the different wavelengths.
This 2 x Barlow features multicoated lenses that won't introduce chromatic aberrations.
The lens has minimized axial and lateral chromatic aberrations, coma aberrations, and geometric distortion.
8 mm (35mm film equivalent) 20x optical zoom lens with Hi-UD (Hi Index Ultra Low Dispersion) glass lens elements for compact size and reduced chromatic aberrations compared to prior models.
The new EXR II image processor allows the sensor to not only offload RAW data onto the cards at blazing fast speeds, but also apply lens correction data in real time to the images shot in order to reduce chromatic aberrations and vignetting.
The lens has minimised axial and lateral chromatic aberrations, coma aberrations and geometric distortion.
TECHSPEC Plastic Hybrid Aspheric Lenses from Edmund Optics eliminate chromatic aberrations caused by broadband light sources.
The highly-requested Automatic Lens Correction feature can dramatically improve the results possible with any lens by allowing users to apply profiles that correct for undesirable geometric distortions, chromatic aberrations and lens vignette effects that most lenses introduce to the image.
The lens's construction includes 19 optical elements arranged in 14 groups along with an Extra-low Dispersion element to minimize chromatic aberrations.
The instrument incorporates a fully reflective design that eliminates the varying effects of chromatic aberrations in transmissive systems.
An innovative in-camera Lens Correction function that electronically adjusts for Distortion and Lateral Chromatic Aberrations to maximize image quality with DA series lenses.
The design includes two ED (extra low-dispersion) elements and one double-sided aspherical element, plus four elements with a convex surface facing the subject, which combine to reduce spherical and chromatic aberrations.