Medium format photography is now more inexpensive and accessible than ever, thanks to Fujifilm’s GFX series of mirrorless cameras; yet, lenses designed for the GF mount remain pricey.
Because of this, the Venus Optics Laowa 19mm f/2.8 Zero-D is a particularly appealing choice, especially with its extra-wide focal length and maximum aperture. The price of this lens is $999, and it has a maximum aperture of f/2.8. This fantastic video review looks at the new lens and discusses the type of performance and image quality that can be anticipated in actual shooting situations.
The Venus Optics Laowa 19mm f/2.8 Zero-D lens for Fujifilm GFX medium format cameras is the subject of this excellent video review, which comes to you courtesy of DPReview TV.
This lens has a 15mm equivalent full frame focal length, which gives photographers a vast perspective. Additionally, it has an enormous maximum aperture for a wide-angle medium format lens, making it a potentially useful option for various applications, such as landscape photography, astrophotography, architectural photography, and more.
Venus Optics included several different advantageous characteristics, such as a five-blade aperture for 10-point sunstars, a minimum focusing distance of 18 cm (0.185x maximum magnification), and a weight quite manageable at 546 g. Overall, it seems like another unique lens that the firm has produced. Watch the video up top to get the complete lowdown on it.