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Venus Optic’s Laowa 10mm F2.8 Zero-D FF is the company’s first autofocus lens: Digital Photography Review

Venus Optics has released the Laowa 10mm F2.8 ‘Zero-D’ FF lens, the company’s first lens with autofocus, as long as you’re using a Sony E-mount or Nikon Z-mount body. Those with Canon RF or Leica L-mount cameras will be manual focus only.

The 10mm F2.8 has a 130° angle-of-view, which the company claims makes it the world’s widest rectinliner (ie: non-fisheye) lens. The lens has a total of 15 elements, including 3 ED and 2 aspherical elements. Venus will offer the lens with either 5 or 14-blade apertures. (The 14-blade version is manual focus.)

The minimum focus distance of the lens is 12cm (4.7″) from the sensor, and the maximum magnification is 0.24x. It accepts standard 77mm threaded filters.

The Venus Optics Laowa 10mm F2.8 Zero-D FF will be available next month for $799. You can find a plethora of sample photos on the company’s website.

Correction: An earlier version of this article mistakenly used fisheye and rectilinear interchangeably to describe this lens. We regret the error and have corrected the story.

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