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I don't know, some apparently see magenta and cyan, while I see a pretty image of a grassland area with some grazing animals and a body of water in the distance in the above image.
Does that mean there isn't a color shift there ? No, maybe there is, I personally don't see, but then again, I don't really go out of my way to look for things like that unless its radically apparent, such as when I tried to use a Contax 21mm on my NEX7...talk about a color shift!
If you have to really try to find it though, you...Show more →
I see same picture as you (well as much as possible given everyone see color differently, not mentioning different LCDs etc.). And ofc I think Herbs pics are pretty good.
But I really dont need to try to find it. I saw it first time I saw that pic. Its not some major problem, just tiny annoying problem that can be easily cured (most likely) by CornerFix, or profiling in Capture One, or quite recently profiling in new LR (if Im correct theres color shift correction function now).
What suprises me is 1) Sigma knows about this issue 2) Sigma did nothing to either prevent it or fix it. Its caused by IR filter, which most likely is in very similar position as on all Sigma cams, so right behind lens. In their dSLRs its between mirror and lens. Obvious advantage for IR pics (also works sorta as dust prevention), less obvious disadvantage which causes light rays to do similar stuff as wide-angles on NEX-7. Only in this case its more than just wide-angles..
For SD1M theres quite easy (but not exactly cheap) solution. And thats buying IR filter for lens itself while removing that one behind it. Like on Leica M8. And for DP2M, only SW is solution.