A CDE Definition
(1) A defect of an optical system in which light at the edges of images is cut off or reduced. It is caused by an obstruction in its original construction; for example, when the elements used in a lens are too small.
(2) A visual effect of darkened corners used to help frame an image or soften the frame outline.
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