The Laowa 7.5mm lens is currently the widest rectilinear f/2 lens in the market for Micro four Thirds (M43) cameras. Gives a field of view equivalent to 15mm lenses in full frame sensors. This allows M43 users to take impressive landscape pictures by using the 110 degree ultra wide angle of view. Ultra-fast f/2 aperture will also be embraced by everyone especially the Astro-and landscape photographers. Even though Laowa 7.5mm lens is very compact and lightweight is houses has superb optics. It weighs merely 170g which is beneficial for casual on-the-go use or pairing up with DJI X5 drones for aerial photography.
Ultra Compact UWA
Ultra compact 7.5mm for MFT mount cameras including but not exclusive to Panasonic, Olympus, Blackmagic and DJI. The World's smallest and lightest and widest lens f2 lens for MFT mount. Great walk-a-round lens for everyday shooting.
A Drone User?
The Laowa 7.5mm would be a stunning addition to any drone, UAV user wishing to capture those glorious seascapes and landscapes from the air. Compatible ith DJI system drones with a MFT mount.
Have a passion for astrophotography? This lens is a must for your MFT mount setup. The 7.5mm offers a fast f2 maximum aperture to aid in the capture of nightscapes with ease. The low optical distortion compared to rival lenses makes this a sure winner!
Capture Amazing Landscapes?
Ultra wide scenes are easily captured due to the huge 110 degree angle of view. Even though this is a UWA lens the distortion is kept to a minmum wih the inclusion of special optical elements.
|Format Compatiblity:||Micro Four Thirds (MFT)|
|Angle of View:||110 degrees|
|Lens Construction:||13 Elements in 9 groups|
|Min. Focus Distance:||12cm|
|Dimensions:||50mm x up to 50mm, excluding hood|
Total 1 question(s)
i need this lens before July. Is thes 7,5 able to be on the DJI inspire 2 (Weight)
The light version in disponible i think after the 15 July..
what do you think about?
Hi. You will require the Lite version. It definately will not be available until mid July.
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