Just curious quite a number of people/reviewers complain about CA, but when you process RAW files with Nikon Capture, it automatically removes (when turned on) CA and actually makes corrections for it resulting in a sharper image. I have tested this a few times with a JPEG vs. a RAW file and the results are pretty amazing. Photoshop CS3 Camera RAW has a CA filter, but unfortunately it only removes the color fringing. I know the D300 and D3 have this built in now.
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