Optics manufacturer Meike has announced the release of a new 7.5mm F2.8 fisheye lens for Canon EF-M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.
The manual lens is constructed of 11 elements in nine groups and features an unspecified number of multi-coated elements. It features a clicked aperture ring with an aperture range of F2.8 through F16, has a minimum focusing distance of 15cm (5.9”) and offers a roughly 12mm full-frame equivalent focal length (15mm equiv. on Micro Four Thirds).
Meike doesn’t divulge the specific dimensions of the lens, but does not it weighs 260g (9.2oz). It’s currently available to purchase on Meike’s online shop for $149.
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