Leica Camera improves and expands its portfolio of M lenses with the introduction of the Leica Summarit-M series with a faster aperture of 2.4. The series consists of the Leica Summarit-M 35mm/f.2.4 ASPH, Leica Summarit-M 50mm/ f2.4, Leica Summarit-M 75 mm/f2.4 and Leica Summarit-M 90 mm/f2.4 in either black anodized finish or silver anodized finish. These lenses offer the user a faster lens with a balance between a compact size and high aperture.
With a new industrial design, the new Summarit lenses are compatible with all Leica M analog and digital cameras. Produced at the Leica Wetzlar factory (Germany), the new Leica Summarit-M lenses come with a metal hood as part of their delivery scope.
Number of lenses/group
|Number of aperture blades||
|Focusing range||0.8 m to infinity|
|Filter mount||E 46|
|Length to bayonet flange||33 mm|
|Largest diameter||52 mm|
|Lens mount||Leica M|
|Made in Germany||Yes|
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