The Leica Super-Elmar-M 1:3.4/21mm ASPH Lens is a practical choice for Leica M cameras, including the analog M cameras, all the way back to 1954. With firmware updates, this Super-Elmar provides optimal use for today's host of digital M's as well, including the M8 and M9 bodies. With a super wide-angle view of 21mm, and an aperture range of f/3.4-16, this lens provides stunning images with the kind of quality that's expected of a Leica. Distortion, vignetting, and chromatic aberration have all been reduced to a minimum in this lens, and flare resistance, along with the included metal hood, allow for image capture, even under extreme backlight conditions.
|Angle of View||35mm format (24 x 36mm): 91°, 80°, 59°
Leica M8 models (18 x 27mm): 74°, 64°, 46°
Focal length equivalent: approx. 28mm
|Optical Design||8 elements in 7 groups, 2 aspherical surfaces|
|Working Range||2.3' / 0.7m to infinity|
|Aperture||f/3.4-16 with half-stop detents|
|Mount||Leica M bayonet with 6-bit bar-coding|
|Filter Mount||46 mm|
|Miscellaneous||Scales: Combined meter/feet graduation
Smallest object field: 706 x 1059mm (35mm format); 530 x 795mm (for M8)
|Dimensions||Length to bayonet flange: 43/55mm (1.69/2.17")
With/without lens hood
Diameter: 53mm (2.09")
|Weight||9.84 oz (279g)|
Focal Length 15mm Apertures: f/4.5 to f/22 Lens Construction: 11 Elements in 9 groups ...
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