Hi everyone, I've got my Panasonic 25 mm f/1.4 from a few months now, that I use on my Olympus E-M10. I love this lens (that's the lens I use the most since I bought it) except for one thing: I've got a lot of chromatic aberrations on my pictures. I've got purple (and green) fringing, mostly when I use wider apertures (so that's nearly all the time as I use mostly wide apertures with this lens). That's very annoying to correct: in Lightroom it has to be done manually, and the settings are different for each picture. Most of the times, if you remove the fringe completely, there are some areas on the image (on the skin for example) that are ruined. Here are two 1:1 samples. The first one is a quite extreme situation but you can see both green & purple fringing: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) I observe this on a lot of shots, even some without high contrasts. For example on the second sample there is a fringe tint in the out of focus areas of the image: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) I never had such problems with my previous gear. With my other lenses, I have some fringing too with the Oly 45 but the phenomenon is a lot more limited. I didn't try to compare the rendering on my Olympus & Panasonic bodies yet (I have a GM1 too, but I don't use the PL25 much with the GM1). Is there some way to avoid this, or to correct this easily? Did some of you switched to the Oly because of this?