Laowa 10mm f/2 Zero-D MFT.
An extremely tiny ultra-wide lens (weighed only 125g) for Micro Four Third cameras. This 10mm Zero-D lens pairing with f/2 large aperture handles different shooting situations easily. Offering a 96° Angle of view and equipped with 46mm filter threads, no matter using for landscape, astrophotography or architecture photography, the lens is always able to produce impressive results without any extra burden.
The lens also equipped with a CPU chip and motor. You can now control the aperture in-camera and record all the metadata in the EXIF. It will be also perfect for vlogging, drones and other lightweight videography setups.
Your Vision In The Palm.
Laowa 10mm f/2 Zero-D MFT is an ultra-wide & ultra-fast prime lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of around 20mm ( 96° Angle of view ). With the enthusiastic response for the Laowa 7.5mm f/2 MFT and 9mm f/2.8 Zero-D, we decided to take a step forward to a longer focal length but retain and further refine the outstanding optical design.
Light & Compact.
At 41mm (1.61”) long and 125g (4.4oz) its weight makes itself comfortable for those who do videos with gimbals or handheld, avoiding excessive shaking. With the versatile focal length and such portability, it would be the perfect set-up for outdoor shooting, vlogging and flying with drones.
The 10mm is assembled with a CPU chip and motor which the photographers can adjust the aperture via the camera body. The focus magnifier will be triggered for easier focus while rotating the focus ring.
Designed with the ultra- fast f/2 aperture, sharper images can be obtained in dimly lit settings which is advantageous in nightscape shooting and astrophotography. It also provides a greater flexibility in camera setting like maintaining a low lSO in low-light condition.
Being the second MFT lens in the line-up of “Zero-D”, it retains the excellent performance on the optical distortion control, which is commonly found in ultra-wide-angle lenses. This lens would be perfect for architectural shooting.
Designed with five aperture blades in the 10mm f/2 Zero-D MFT, photographers can create perfect and fancy 10-point sunstars by stepping down the aperture.
Close Minimum Focus Distance.
The minimum focusing distance is 12cm long. With such a close distance, an exaggerated perspective and smooth bokeh can be created easily.
Designed For Use With:
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7
Venus Optics Laowa 10mm F/2 Zero-D Specs