Wow, I was blaming my Siggy 35mm, although I liked the "anamorphic lens flare" feel, it would only occur shooting vertically so I couldn't understand the issue. Consequently I haven't gotten any of this since moving up to the MarkIII...
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My mom's a great cook - it must be her stove.
My brother's a good writer - must be the typewriter.
My sister is a dancer - I blame the shoes.
Dad got a speeding ticket - must be the "fast" gas.
Little brother took a great picture - he's a photographer.
I found that adjusting the micro focus (AFMA) with FoCal made a big difference in terms of both types of CA with all of my fast glass. Obviously it just applies to the in-focus areas, but for some reason, it seems to help overall.The trick to using these ultra-fast aperture lenses with a lot of color fringing wide open is to shoot in conditions that are low-contrast, with few bright highlights. The 85L is not a lens that works well if shot wide open in direct sun.
Right, like a bride in a white dress on a sunny day... someone was showing off their collection of 85L wedding shots all shot at F/1.2 and oh dear, the dress did look interesting with a purple outline haha.