Venus Optics releases three more ultra wide angle lenses especially for cine use, all equipped with 0.8 mod gear rings on the (stepless) aperture and focus ring. The new additions are designed for different sensor sizes:
The Laowa 7.5mm T2.1 MFT Cine is suitable for cameras with MFT-mount such as Z-CAM E2, Panasonic GH5 or Blackmagic Pocket 4K and offers an angle of view of 110°. It weighs 170g and consists of 13 elements in 9 groups including 2 aspherical and 3 ED lenses. The aperture is composed of only five blades. The minimum focus distance is 12cm. The filter thread measures 49mm. Price: 599 Dollar.
A Super35 image circle is captured by Laowa 9mm T2.9 Zero-D Cine -- Zero-D stands for "Close-to-zero distortion", meaning a rectilinear image (no fisheye). The angle of view is 113° on Super35, 100° on MFT cameras, the optics will be available for Sony E, Fuji X and MFT Mount. The optical construction comprises 15 elements in 10 groups. The closest focusing distance is also here 12cm, the aperture is 5-lamella, filter diameter 55mm, weight 247g, price 599 dollars.
For Sony full format cameras the Laowa 15mm T2.1 Zero-D Cine is designed with FE-Mount. It captures a 110° angle of view, from 15cm on you can focus. The dimensions are 84.8 x 91.2 mm, the weight 540g, the filter diameter 77mm. The aperture is 5 blades like the other focal lengths. The lens is said to cost 1,199.