Laowa 10mm F2 Zero-D for Micro Four Thirds Available to Pre-Order

Venus Optics has unveiled its new ultra wide angle lens named Laowa 10mm F2 Zero-D for Micro Four Thirds camera is now available to pre-order in the country.

Venus Optics Laowa 10mm f/2 Zero-D for Mirco Four Thirds

The Laowa 10mm F2 Zero-D MFT is an ultra-wide and fast 20mm 35mm equivalent prime lens with a 96° field of view. As the second MFT lens in the Zero-D line after 9mm F2.8 Zero-D, it retains the excellent distortion control performance commonly found in wide-angle lenses.

This lens is ideal for architectural photography. Thanks to the f/2 aperture, the lens will be in demand when shooting night scenery and astrophotography. It also allows for more flexibility in the camera setup, such as maintaining a low ISO in low light conditions.

Despite its small size, the optical design is quite complex: it consists of 11 elements in 7 groups, including 3 extra-low dispersion elements. This advantage makes this lens well suited for architectural and interior photography.

The Laowa 10mm f2 Zero-D MFT has a processor and motor that allows you to adjust the aperture from the camera. The focus booster provides very precise and smooth focusing when you turn the focusing ring. All EXIF ​​data is sent to the camera.

The lens is also equipped with a processor and motor. It’s also ideal for vlogging, drones, and other lightweight video systems, weighing just 125g.

Price and availability

Venus Optics Laowa 10mm F2 Zero-D for Micro Four Thirds is now available to pre-order on the website for $399.

Laowa 10mm F2 Zero-D MFT Spcifications

Venus Optics Laowa 10mm f/2 Zero-D for Mirco Four Thirds
  • Focal length: 10mm (20mm in 35mm equiv.)
  • Mount: Micro Four Thirds
  • Maximum Aperture: f/2
  • Diaphragm: 5-blades
  • Viewing angle: 96°
  • Optical design: 11 elements in 7 groups
  • Minimum focusing distance: 12cm
  • Maximum magnification: 0.15x
  • Filter diameter: 46 mm
  • Dimensions: 53 x 41 mm
  • Weight: 125 g

Recently, SLR Magic has also added two new Cine lenses: MicroPrime CINE 17mm T1.5, and 35mm T1.5 to the five existing MicroPrime CINE lenses for Micro Four Thirds cameras.

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