Laowa 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift is currently the World’s Widest Shift lens for full frame cameras and medium format cameras.. The angle of view is 110°, and it covers a huge ⌀ 65mm image circle. The wider perspective offers a great deal of flexibility for photographers to capture architecture and interior shots when space is limited. The maximum possible shift amount of the lens is ±11mm for full frame camera and ±8mm for medium format camera (e.g. Fujifilm GFX / Hasselblad X1D). Also, it features 20cm closest focusing distance. Macro-like photos can be created easily. The Functionality of the lens is diverse . Wide angle macro image can be easily captured with this lens.
LAOWA 17mm f/4 lens is currently the widest native lens available for Fujifilm G mount mirrorless cameras. The Ultra-wide angle FoV, with Close-to-Zero distortion (Zero-D), makes it perfect for landscape, architecture, interior and astrophotography. Despite the ultra-wide angle of view, LAOWA has managed to incorporate an 86mm front filter thread. Photographers can quickly attach screw-on filters for maximum control and creativity under different lighting conditions. The 5-blade aperture system produces a pleasing sunstar rendering. By stopping down the aperture, a photographer can easily create perfect 10-point sunstars.
Laowa Magic Format Converter (MFC) is the world’s first Fujifilm GFX adapter with optics for Canon/Nikon Full Frame lenses. The patented optics system inside the MFC will enlarge the image circle of any full frame lenses and fit it onto the relatively larger sensors of Fujifilm GFX systems. It has a focal length multiplier of 1.4x and reduces the maximum aperture by 1-stop. It took advantage of the short flange distance of mirrorless cameras and incorporated a patented optics system to expand the image circle of the lens without compromising the image quality. The enlarged image also corrects the vignetting and maintains the optical performance of your lens in the medium format system.