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    Maybe check the cameras if there is some kind of...

    Maybe check the cameras if there is some kind of correction happening and/or if there is a FW update for the lens.

    Spitballing...but if it happens on 3 cameras, it's most likely a bad copy.
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    I'd say that's not normal. Initially I thought...

    I'd say that's not normal.

    Initially I thought you might be talking about minor ramping (which happens sometimes even with a constant aperture), but the above isn't it.
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