The Laowa 4mm f / 2.eight Fisheye lens was launched in August 2019 for the MFT system.
Now Venus Optics has introduced the Laowa 4mm f / 2.eight Fisheye for 3 different mount varieties, Canon EF-M (EOS M), Sony E, Fuji. And the perfect factor? It sells for $ 200.
Laowa 4mm F2.eight Fisheye Focal length4mmMaximum aperturef / 2.8Min aperturef / 16Angle of view210 ° FormatMicro 4 ThirdsMountMicro 4 ThirdsFocus typeManual focusLens lensFisheyeOptics7 components in 6 teams Aperture blades7Minimum focus distance8cm (three.15cm) Dimensions 25.51 45g
This new lens from Venus Optics has an extremely huge visual view (210 °) and clearly a whole lot of distortion. He can see nearly behind him and can be utilized in 360 ° panoramic images.
Venus Optics 4mm f / 2.eight fisheye
With an especially huge visual view in a really compact housing, the Laowa 4mm f / 2.eight Fisheye provides an enormous 210 ° viewing angle for Micro 4 Thirds mirrorless cameras. As a round fisheye, this lens is characterised by its noticeable distortion and its bulb-like visible look. The viewing angle better than 180 ° additionally lets you take 360 ° assembled panoramas with solely two pictures. The lens additionally sports activities a vibrant f / 2.eight design to work below obtainable lighting circumstances and its guide focus design lets you work with topics as shut as three.1 "for true close-up capturing, and the fisheye design retains nearly full depth of discipline when stopped at f / 5.6 for uniform, constant sharpness.
A most aperture of f / 2.eight vibrant is nicely fitted to working in poor and troublesome lighting circumstances. An exceptionally huge viewing angle of 210 ° mixed with a round fisheye design produces a really distorted picture for purposes inventive in addition to the potential of assembling pictures for 360 ° panoramas. The guide focus design provides a minimal focus distance of three.1 ". The light-weight and small design makes this lens appropriate to be used on drones whereas being excellent for VR imaging, motion sports activities filming or digital excursions.
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