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Laowa 19mm f/2.8 Zero-D - Fuji GFX

Laowa 19mm f/2.8 Zero-D - Fuji GFX

Focal Length: 19mm
Angle of View: 110°
Aperture Range: f/2.8-22
Min. Focusing Distance: 18cm
Max. Magnification: 0.185X
Filter Thread: Ø 77mm
Dimensions: Ø 82.6 x 80mm
Weight: 546g
Mounts: Fujifilm GFX

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Exceptionally Light & Compact

This lens is significantly lighter than most GFX lenses in the market. As a wide-angle lens, it weighs only 546g and is 80mm long. Its compact size is closer to the one of a full-frame lens, perfect for photographers who wish to travel around or simply want to have a lighter setup.


Exceptionally Light and Compact

110° Ultra-Wide Angle of View

An ultra-wide 110° AoV allows photographers to do various types of photography, including landscape, interior, architecture and astrophotography with ease. Feel free to shock the world with spectacular sightings and details!


Equivalent to 15mm on Full Frame 35mm Format Sensor

Due to the 0.79x “crop” factor of the medium format-sized sensor, the lens is equivalent to a 15mm lens on a 35mm format sensor. It is extremely helpful when shooting in tight spaces.

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f/2.8 Fast Aperture

This 19mm GFX lens has a fast aperture of f/2.8, allowing photographers to capture in low-light environments without bumping up the ISO. In addition, this lens can provide a better background separation between the subject.


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Zero Distortion

As the latest member of the Laowa “Zero-D” product line-up, this 19mm lens can also exhibit close-to-zero optical distortion. This particular feature comes in handy when doing architecture and interior photography as all the straight lines can now be retained. Utilize this feature to present your photos in their most natural state!


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18cm Minimum Focusing Distance

Having an 18cm minimum focusing distance, photographers can get extremely close to the subject while still being able to include the background information in the scene.


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77mm Filter Thread

Despite the ultra-wide angle of view, this lens is still able to have a 77mm front filter thread. Photographers can quickly attach screw-on filters for maximum creativity control under different lighting conditions.


10-Point Sunstar

The 5 aperture blades render a mesmerising 10-Point Sunstar. A photographer can easily achieve this effect by stopping down the aperture.


Focusing Scale Adjustment System

This lens has the same focusing scale adjustment system as the full-frame 14mm does. This feature allows easy focus calibration against users’ own cameras. The actual infinity point would be right on the infinity mark, making it helpful in shooting in the field, especially for astrophotography.

[ Details Tutorial Here ]

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