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Venus Optics LAOWA 7.5 mm f/2 MFT

9 October 2017
Arkadiusz Olech

10. Focusing

The Venus Optics LAOWA 7.5 mm f/2 MFT has everything a good quality manual lens should have. You get a relatively wide focusing ring which moves evenly and is well damped. Running through the whole range needs a turn through an angle of about 110 degrees. That value might seem too low for a manual lens but with the depth of field provided by the Laowa 2/7.5 it is more than enough for precise settings.

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Venus Optics LAOWA 7.5 mm f/2 MFT - Focusing

Even at the maximum relative aperture in many situations you don’t have to think about focusing at all. For example if you set the scale at 2 meters you’ll get sharp images from about 1 meter to infinity.