With its impressive angle of view of 107°, this lens conquers 16mm super wide-angle photography in perfect Leica M style. Due to the minimal distortion and barely perceptible field curvature, it can be recommended for highly demanding architecture photography even at the 16mm setting. The Tri-Elmar-M 16-18-21mm f/4 ASPH. unites three super wide-angle focal lengths in one compact lens.
The ultra compact shape is achieved by two aspherical elements. A new design of the interior focusing significantly enhances the quality in the close-focus range through an adaption of the floating element principle. Brilliant depth of field can therefore be used from a distance of 0.33m for hyperfocal photography.
|Filter Size||Requires filter holder (67mm)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||1.6' (0.5 m)|
|Magnification||1:38 @ 16mm
1:35 @ 18mm
1:30 @ 21mm
|Zoom/Focus Control||Two-touch (twist, click stops for 16, 18 or 21mm)|
|Angle of View||[diagonal; 35mm format]
107° @ 16mm
100° @ 18mm
92° @ 21mm
|Maximum Diameter||2.1" (54mm)|
|Weight||11.8 oz (335 g)|
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