I've been using my new (to me) PanaLeica 25mm f/1.4 lens recently. Once thing I've been noticing is a lot of purple fringing (chromatic aberration?) around white objects. And it's not just around the edges of the frame; it's dead in the center. Take this shot, at f/1.6 and 1/1300s and ISO 160: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/debit72/7040361157/" title="P1150700 by debit72, on Flickr"> "640" height="480" alt="P1150700"></a> Note the position of my son's stormtrooper doll. Now here is a 100% crop of the doll. <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/debit72/7042248255/" title="P1150700 closeup by debit72, on Flickr"> DMC-GH2    ---    25mm    f/1.6    1/1300s    ISO 160 "382" height="399" alt="P1150700 closeup"></a> Has anyone else noticed this? To my eye, it's noticeable even in the uncropped shot. Also, if anyone has tips about how to remove the fringing in Lightroom 4, I'd like to hear it. The dedicated chromatic aberration tools don't seem to do anything (maybe because our lenses are not part of the LR database?). I have been using the adjustment brush and desaturating purple and/or magenta around the edges, but that is a pain.