Venus Laowa 12mm T/2.9 Zero-D Cine Lens
For Canon EF Mount
The Venus Laowa 12mm T/2.9 Zero-D Cine is an ultra-wide prime designed for cameras with a Full-Frame sensor. This prime has a 12mm focal-length.
This prime can focus down to 18cm from the imaging plane. The lens is focused externally via a gear around the focus-ring.
This version has a Canon EF lens mount. Follow this link for all current compatible digital cameras: Canon EF mount cameras with Full-Frame or smaller sensors. Venus also made this lens available for Sony E mounts.
Venus Laowa 12mm T/2.9 Zero-D Cine Specifications
|Brand||Venus||Model||Laowa 12mm T/2.9 Zero-D Cine|
|Focal Length||12mm||View Angle||122°|
|Max Aperture||F/2.9||Min Aperture||F/22|
|Filter Size||Aperture Blades||7|
|Size (D x L)||102 x 87mm||Weight||675g|
|Tilt||N / A||Shift||N / A|
|Zoom Drive||N / A||Focus Drive||Gear Focus|
|Zoom Mechanism||N / A||Focus Mechanism||Internal|
|Hood||No||Focus Motor||N / A|
Manual lens: Aperture must be set on lens. Manual focus only.
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Venus 12mm F/2.9 Facts
|12mm Focal-Length||F/2.9 Constant Aperture|
|No filter thread||Gear Focus|
|Canon EF Mount||1 Max Crop-Factor|
|675g Lens Weight||102 x 87mm (D x L)|
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