TTartisans has released a new 7.5mm F2 fisheye lens for a long list of mirrorless camera systems.

The lens is constructed of 11 elements in eight groups, including two low-dispersion elements and three high-refractive index elements. It features a minimum focusing distance of 12.5cm (5”), uses a seven-blade aperture diaphragm and has an aperture range of F2 through F11. Due to the front element extending beyond the front of the lens, no filters can be used without third-party adapters.

The lens is available for Canon EOS-M, Canon RF, Fujifilm X, Leica L, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems. However, due to it being an APS-C lens, full-frame cameras will need to be used in crop shooting mode or crop in in post-production to avoid a circle vignetting.

Below is a gallery of sample images:

TTartisan 7.5mm f/2 fisheye APS-C lens

TTArtisan doesn’t mention physical measurements, but does note the lens weighs between 343–370g (12–13oz), varying based on the lens mount version you choose.

The TTArtisan 7.5mm F2 fisheye lens is available from TTArtisan’s online shop for $149 in each of the aforementioned mounts. The first orders will ship out on July 21, 2021.