The Nikonos 15mm was the gold standard of wide lenses for decades because of its small size and great image quality. It is nice to see the rebirth of this lens that arguably accounted for the most published U/W images in history. With no W/A lenses yet announced by Sony for this excellent camera the Nikonos 15mm seems like a no brainer.
But what other technology designed in the 1960s and 1970s would you still use now?
The Sea & Sea 12mm looks very good above especially for f/8 on full frame. Assume you don't have to stop down the external lens - only the camera - or the view could be pretty dark in dark places. Really impressive sharpness and contrast.
The judging was completed earlier this month. I guess the organisers were busy printing the winning entries for the exhibition. I am sure there will be a public announcement in the next few days and hopefully all the winning shots will be displayed on their website and in other places.