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New 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift for Canon EF and RF
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New 15mm f/4.5 Zero-D Shift for Canon EF and RF

If you are an architectural shooter then this lens is for you.  The widest shifting lens available. It's available on November for the Canon EF mount, and around Feb 2021 for the Canon RF mount.

It also includes a great tripod mount meant to take stitched photos with, something that is usually a pain with normal tilt-shift lenses because usually, it's the lens that moves and not the camera body.

From Laowa;

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 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.

You can order this lens directly from Venus Optics here.  You can also order Laowa lenses from B&H PhotoVideo, our preferred vendor.

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