Venus Optics has introduced the new Laowa Argus 25mm f0.95 MFT, the fourth lens in the Argus line of ultra-fast optics. The lens is designed for Micro Four Thirds format cameras.
The optical design of the lens features a 9-blade diaphragm and 14 elements in 8 groups, including 1 aspherical element, 1 ED element, and 3 high refractive index lenses.
In a low-light dark environment, reduce the ISO, ensure a safe shutter, and maintain a pure picture. The lens has an all-metal mechanical structure, excellent grip experience, and maintains the stability and durability of the lens.
Price and availability
Laowa Argus 25mm f0.95 MFT specifications
- Lens Mount: MFT
- Lens Design: Prime
- Minimal Focal Length: 25 mm
- Maximal Focal Length: 25 mm
- Maximum Aperture: f/0.95
- Minimum Aperture: f/0.95
- Maximum Aperture (Max. Zoom): f/16
- Optical Design (Elements/Groups): 14/8
- Image Stabilization: No
- Diaphragm Blades: 9
- Rotating Front Element: No
- Minimum Focus Distance: 25 cm
- Sensor Type: MFT
- Filter Size: 62mm
- Autofocus (AF): No
- Full Frame: No
- Auto/Manual focus AF/MF: Manual Focus
- Length: 86 mm
- Diameter: 71 mm
- Weight: 570 g
Recently, Meyer Optik Gorlitz has announced the third lens in its Trioplan series and the sixth overall. The Trioplan 35mm f2.8 II is available with 11 camera mounts, including MFT, Nikon Z, and Canon RF, and is renowned for its wide-angle soap bubble bokeh.