When delving into digital photography a couple years ago, one of the first items brought to my attention was "Chromatic Abberation" or CA or purple fringing. A problem that plagues the poor lenses and sensors of digital P&S camera.
I understand in extreme circumstances, this issue can appear on any and all lenses.
However.. I've noticed quite a bit of CA with my G 45, even in circumstances where you wouldn't expect to see it. I've attached an example (please ignore the $, I'm testing vuescan).. and I'm confused as to why.. in fact, I'm even more confused about the coloring in the sky (white towards the horizon). The was was behind me at an angle (it was about 2pm, november, so the sun wasn't very high). I've actually got two 45's (one is my dad's), and both exhibit this behavior.
I don't typically pixel peep, but I've been scanning a couple rolls from a while back and noticed this trait.
Does film choice have anything to do with this, too? This was shot on kodak's E100VS. Or maybe it's the digital conversion that causes this? I want to check the slide out on a light table + loupe, but I don't have a loupe yet.
Thanks for your time
edit: whoops, the attachment