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|Package Weight||1.55 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.9 x 4.7 x 4.7"|
|Minimum Focus Distance||2.3' (0.7 m)|
|Angle of View||47°|
|Maximum Diameter||2.1" (53.5mm)|
|Weight||11.8 oz (335 g)|
Perfect for color and sharpness. Small size, easy to focus. Much better than I expect. I used several different popular brands in the past. This one is the best. I will stick it for the rest of my life.
At first I was petrified in spending so much on a lens (note, I even bought mine used for less than retail), but upon seeing the results, I'm quite stunned. It renders the out of focus areas (bokeh) unlike any other lens I've ever tried (and I even own the Canon 85 f1.2 for my DSLR), and the color...
So far I have four 50mm prime lenses, two of this Summilux M one black one silver, a Cron 50mm and a silver CV 50 1.5. This one's the best.First, the build quality is superb, though it's much heavier then the black version, it feels solid and go well with my silver M-P.
I went back and forth among this lens, the 50 2.0, and the 50 2.0 APO. The APO, which costs a fortune, didn't seem to me any better than this. The 1.4 seemed to have a more special look than the 2.0. I've now tried the 1.4 for a few weeks and am glad I chose this lens. Outstanding sharpness.
I recently wrote a review about this lens but I thought I should include a couple extra points.I did a comparison between the Summilux 50/1.4 and several other 50mm prime lenses (Summicron 50/2, Zeiss Planar 50/2, Nokton 50/1.5 ASPH) and did a 'pixel peep' at 100% enlargement.
This is the best 50mm lens I've ever had.
A remarkable lens, impeccably constructed, though heavier than I expected.
I bought this lens two weeks ago, afer trial out and shot about more than 100 pictures, I found this lens is the most sharp lens in Leica M50 series, with details and wonderful color.
My first Leica lens and it is as expected. You read the reviews and they are true.
Being used for portraiture, wide open. Has extraordinary bokeh!