A Lawoa breakthrough lens, the Laowa Argus 35mm f/0.95 FF - Nikon Z is the world’s first fastest 35mm lens and widest f/0.95 lens for full frame camera. Inheriting Lawoa's goal to offer innovative quality products this lens offers a 63.4° angle of view with superb shallow depth of field for both photography and videography. The extraordinary shallow depth of field and dreamy bokeh created by f/0.95 is the trump card for portrait photography, outperforming other lenses in the low light conditions with sharp and outstanding images.
The ‘Argus’ name comes from Greek mythology and was the name of a vigilant guardian with a hundred eyes and an “all-seeing” sight. The name represents the ultra-bright f/0.95 aperture of this Lawoa lens-line-up and the exceptional image quality they all deliver.
Note: Product is shown in use for illustration only, additional equipment is not included.
This switch mechanism offers options to choose either clicked or de-clicked aperture ring - making this lens a great option for both photography and as a low-light filmmaking lens for your Nikon Z camera.
Laowa Argus 35mm f/0.95 FF inherits the internal focusing characteristics from the Argus 33mm f/0.95 CF APO. Enhanced stability maximizes the optical performance for both infinity focus and the minimum focusing distance. It also enables easier use of polarizers, petal-shaped lens hoods and matteboxes, plus helps prevents dust or ash getting into the lens.
The low focus breathing of the Laowa Argus 35mm f/0.95 FF is perfect for narrative filming by eliminating the distraction of changes in the angle of view when moving focus from one object to another. Along with the accurate focusing obtained by the 300° focus thread it makes for an ideal lens for videography.
The 15 blade aperture produces smooth, round orbs of glowing light with absolutely no hard edges in the bokeh. Use dreamy bokeh to add character and visual appeal to your images with the extended creative opportunities offered by this lens.
|Lens No.||Laowa Argus 35mm f/0.95 FF|
|Angle of View||63.4°|
|Lens Structure||14 elements/ 9 groups ( Aspherical Lens*1, ED glass*1, UHR glass*4 ）|
|Min. Shooting Distance||50cm|
(without lens hood and caps)