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Feb 09, 2018 17:59 |  #1

Hi all, just a quick quiry - I have this lens mounted on my E-M1 mk1 and have noticed that I am getting a very slight shading fall off in the corners even at f8, and wondered if this a normal thing.
There is no lens hood attached as I am awaiting that in the post.

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Apr 09, 2018 18:36 |  #2

Pagman wrote in post #18560298 (external link)
Hi all, just a quick quiry - I have this lens mounted on my E-M1 mk1 and have noticed that I am getting a very slight shading fall off in the corners even at f8, and wondered if this a normal thing.
There is no lens hood attached as I am awaiting that in the post.

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Built In camera correction should have solved vignetting? Dunno if you ave to register the lens to the camera though? Is firmware up to date?


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Apr 09, 2018 18:57 |  #3

bidkev wrote in post #18603427 (external link)
Built In camera correction should have solved vignetting? Dunno if you ave to register the lens to the camera though? Is firmware up to date?


I spoke about this in the dpr forum as I sorted it out under normal multi zone metering, uisng the in camera setting, but when I use spot metering I still get dark - er corners than uisng the multi, very strange the cam has not long come back from Oly after having work done including a new shutter / rear dial and a check and clean up.

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