Lateral chromatic aberration (
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When a lens exhibits lateral chromatic aberration, the image of a perfectly sharp edge going from white to black shows color fringes (mostly purple, blue, or red) on the border of the edge. This is because simple lenses, like prisms, do not focus the different wavelengths of light on the same image plane. Read more about how LCA is defined, measured and scored.
A mirror image, as seen in the viewfinders of some cameras where the scene appears flipped from left to right.
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