Weird But Insanely Wonderous: Laowa 6mm f2 Zero-D MFT Review

The problem with modern optics is that once near technical perfection is achieved, all the photos start to look similar. That’s not the case with the Laowa 6mm f2 Zero-D. The new Micro Four Thirds lens has an unusual design that mixes a five-blade aperture with a 121.9-degree field of view. That mixes unusually shaped bokeh with exaggerated perspective distortion — but is the combination a winning one, or just a quirky one?