- All Products are New and from Certified Retailers
- 30 day return policy
- Free Shipping
No Additional Fees
|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)|
As I've been saying, this is LEICA's best 21mm lens ever. I had my own on order only an hour after I got this loaner in my hands. This 21/3.4 is a lens for photographers. The LEICAMAN doesn't make photographs, so he prefers the big, ugly and expensive LEICA SUMMILUX-M 21mm f/1.4 ASPH instead as a...
I cannot add anything to the comments of other reviewers except to say that this little lens is simply stunning in every way: Build quality, precision focusing, performance and especially in image quality.
Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Outstanding image quality, Rugged, Strong Construction
I had a 21 mm Super Angulon lens for 40 years. I knew what to expect from that lens. But, the 21 mm f/3.4 Super-Elmar is in completely different league. I am just amazed by the improved sharpness and lack of distortion of images from this lens. From my perspective, it is a great lens.