Focus Very Close To Your Subject & Include Background Particulars
LAOWA 15mm f/4 1:1 Wide Angle Camera Lenses with Shift allows you to focus very close to your subject, while simultaneously including the background particulars (where and how the subject lives) into the photo.
It does this thanks to the ultra-wide 110 degree angle view feature of the LAOWA 15mm f/4 1:1 Wide Angle Camera Lens and it’s 1:1 maximum magnification.
The LAOWA 15mm f/4 1:1 Wide Angle Camera Lenses are the ultimate artistic instrument for landscape, macro and architectural shooting because of the added +/- 4mm feature.
Experience The New Field Of ‘Wide Angle Macro Photography’ Without Requiring An Extension Tube
The new LAOWA 15mm f/4 1:1 Macro lens lets photographers from around the world experience the new and emergent field of ‘Wide Angle Macro Photography’ without the need to use an extension tube.
It’s the first camera lens on the market which possesses an ultra-wide angle of view and 1:1 macro ability.
The Macro Camera Lenses previously available in the market tend to have mid to long focal lengths. They restrict users taking very close-up shots of the intricate subject (eg insect or flowers), without allowing much of the background particulars like habitat or environment to be shown.
Your Picture Will Become Detailed & Intriguing
Photographers can focus very close to the subject and let the foreground dominate the photo while simultaneously, having the background telling viewers about where and how the subject may be.
The new LAOWA 15mm f/4 1:1 Macro camera lens features an ultra wide view angle of 110 degrees with 1:1 maximum magnification.
Your picture will immediately become very informative and intriguing.
The camera lens can also serve as a brilliant ultra-wide angle lenses with infinity focus for cameras with full frame sensors and every glass contains an anti-reflective coating to prevent any flares or ghosting.
A shift mechanism is added at the back end of the lens with a maximum adjustment of +/- 6mm for APS-C cameras, which is tremendously beneficial for landscape or architectural photography that may require distortion correction.