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Laowa announces the 20mm Shift lens for the RF and EF Mounts
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Laowa announces the 20mm Shift lens for the RF and EF Mounts

Laowa has released the 20mm F4 shift lens for both the Canon EF and the Canon RF mount.  This lens has no electronic connections but for a shift lens that is pretty common.

From Laowa;

Laowa 20mm f/4 Zero-D Shift is an ultra-wide-angle shift lens that you cannot resist. On top of the high image sharpness and nearly no distortion (Zero-D), the lens also comes with a rotatable lens hood for avoiding flares and protecting the front lens element.

The amount of shift is ±11mm for full-frame cameras and ±8mm for medium format cameras, making it super easy to capture architectural and interior photography in a corrected perspective. Laowa 20mm f/4 Zero-D Shift expands Laowa’s Shift Lens line-up giving you an addition option for distinct needs.

Name Laowa 20mm f/4 Zero-D Shift
Focal length 20mm
Aperture Range f/4 – 22
Coverage of image circle Ø 65mm
Angle of view 94.4°
Lens structure 16 elements in 11 groups
(2 aspherical elements and 3 ED elements)
Filter size 82mm
Aperture blades 14 blades
Maximum magnification 0.17x
Min. Focusing Distance 25cm
In-focus driving mode Manual (MF)
Dimensions About Ø 95mm * 91mm
Weight About 747g
Mount Canon EF & RF / Nikon F & Z / Sony E /
Pentax K / L mount / Fujifilm G

Keith from NorthLight is first up with an excellent review of the Laowa shift lens.

If you didn't already know, Keith is the master of all things tilt and shift, and if you haven't already you should take a good watch of Keith's webinar on Canon tilt-shift lenses.  Also, don't forget to subscribe to Keith's channel while you are at it.

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