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Old June 23rd, 2012, 01:07 AM   #1
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General tips on how to reduce/minimize chromatic aberration

I recently bought a Sony camcorder, the PJ760V, same as CX730, CX740, CX760 etc and even similar to NX30, N70,..
Long story short,
http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/adobe-cr...technique.html
- the camera suffers from very obvious chromatic aberration when zoomed in (10x)

Instead of looking how to fix this defect in post I was wondering of some of you experts could tip me on how to minimize CA.
I typically shoot 1080p50 in shutter speed priority @ 1000/s to prevent motion blur so the iris is pretty wide.

When does CA happen?
How can I reduce CA? Iris, shutter speed, gain?
What about ND filters?

Any tips greatly appreciated, cheers!
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