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Laowa 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift - Nikon Z

Laowa 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift - Nikon Z

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 amount of shift is ±11mm for the full-frame camera and ±8mm for medium format cameras. The lens is perfect for architectural and interior photography. The sky-high buildings can be captured in a corrected perspective easily.

Image quality is guaranteed with high image sharpness and nearly no distortion (Zero-D). 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift enriches the diversity of Laowa’s extensive wide-angle lens collection by giving photographers more control on the perspective in their images.

The new Laowa 15mm T2.1 Zero-D Cine lens is one of the widest and brightest lenses ever designed for full-frame / vista vision sensors. Offering a distortion-free 110° Angle of view, it is perfect for architecture and cityscape shots. The large T/2.1 aperture also makes it extremely useful to shoot in the low light situation. The tiny size & lightweight makes it a perfect companion with gimbals and run-and-gun shooting.

Features:

±11mm Shift Amount

The maximum possible shift amount of the lens is ±11mm for the full-frame camera and ±8mm for medium format camera (e.g. Fujifilm GFX / Hasselblad X1D). The shift capability allows photographers to capture straight architecture with ease. 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift straightens the lines that appear to converge in the distance. Crooked images can be corrected by changing the perspective of the lens. Perspective distortion is being eliminated to create the reality-like image.

Large Image Circle

With a huge ⌀65mm image circle, the lens not only works with the full-frame format but also covers the medium format sensors. This makes it currently the World’s Widest lens covering Fujifilm GFX sensor with no vignetting.

Zero Distortion

15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift is composed of 17 elements in 11 groups. It suppresses the distortion to nearly Zero level from corner to corner. Perfect for architecture photography as any straight lines will be retained.

High Image Quality

15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift coupled with new lens coating. A significant improvement on the chromatic aberration, flaring and ghosting.

Extremely Close Focusing Distance

15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift is an ultra-wide shift lens coupled with 20cm closest focusing distance. Macro-like photos can be created easily. The Functionality of the lens is diverse. The wide-angle macro image can be easily captured with this lens.

Stunning 10-point Sunstar

The 5-bladed aperture creates stunning 10-point Sunstar rendering.

360° Rotation

Shift lens support is specially designed for 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift. Perfect for panorama stitching as the optic axis remains unchanged.

Lens Support

Shift lens support is specially designed for 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift. Perfect for panorama stitching as the optic axis remains unchanged.

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Laowa 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift - Nikon Z

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 amount of shift is ±11mm for the full-frame camera and ±8mm for medium format cameras. The lens is perfect for architectural and interior photography. The sky-high buildings can be captured in a corrected perspective easily.

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