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    can you post a r3d snapshot instead of the png?
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    This is the Classic case situation for CA of the CP's. This is an optical issue for sure.
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    I disagree that it's all CA. The mid pink patches don't look like CA, they look like a debayering artefact with an odd highlight colour. Also there are a couple of very hot pixels in there that could be a debayering thing - if we can see the original R3D that might tell us more.

    Most is CA though..

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    Looks like Axial CA from the lens, but put up an R3D frame so we can be sure.

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    Hi Guys, I just tested all my Cp2 lenses, seems like its not the CA issue, cuz all the lenses has the same problem on the highlight edge.
    these are the R3D files
    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/beijww19q...4ikF5dwza?dl=0
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    All your lenses have the issue because it's a lens issue. Axial CA is most visible when you're wide open and there's a strong contrast in the scene. CA is increased when more light goes through the lens and a wide aperture. So yes, it's Axial CA on those shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme Nattress View Post
    All your lenses have the issue because it's a lens issue. Axial CA is most visible when you're wide open and there's a strong contrast in the scene. CA is increased when more light goes through the lens and a wide aperture. So yes, it's Axial CA on those shots.

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    Thanks Graeme
    So is there any way that I can fix it or solve it?
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    CA 100%
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    Ethan,

    Just try taking the Magenta/purple toward the color that it surrounds and try to blend it in.





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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Ethan,

    Just try taking the Magenta/purple toward the color that it surrounds and try to blend it in.





    Thanks Rand
    Im gonna try it . Should I just adjust the highlight? Thanks again.
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