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asked by K. Cone on January 12, 2009
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It's a property of the lens system called linear distortion, and it is usually most obvious at the wide and telephoto extremes of a lens system's zoom range. Other flaws such as chromatic aberration and field curvature are also present to a noticeable degree in most inexpensive digital camera lenses. Some PP software can correct simple linear distortion. Some cameras (for example the Lumix LX3) correct linear distortion automatically when making JPEG files.
OldAmazonian answered on January 12, 2009
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Thank you, thank you! This is rhe problem with the Canon A590IS I'm having. I guess I will keep my Canon S2 Powershot then!
K. Cone answered on January 12, 2009
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