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|Weight||11.5 oz (325 g)|
|Dimensions (Diam. x L)||2.2 x 2.4" (55.0 x 60.5 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front: 46mm|
|Format Compatibility||Full frame 35mm film and digital image sensors|
|Angle of View||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Minimum Focus Distance||2.3' (0.7 m)|
|Optical Construction||6 elements / 4 groups|
|Lens Mount||Leica M|
I recently purchased this lens to use on my Monochrom M. I have primarily been a 50mm user but decided I wanted something a little longer for street photography. I am a bit reluctant about drawing peoples attention when street shooting so I thought the slightly longer reach of 75mm would help me to...
Small, light and very sharp. I have been extremely happy with the quality. Excellent buy...
I began with one lens, the super Summarit-M 50mm f2/4 to go with my M (TYP262), and have begun to review lens options to add for wider and telephoto images. I went with the superb Summarit-M 75mm f/2.4 for the compact size, relatively affordable price, and the new Summarit-M f/2.4 redesign, lens...
If you are looking for the best manual focus lens between 55 - 90 mm for your A7x, this is the ultimatum choice. Razor sharp, nice bokeh for portraits. Equally great for landscape. Small, light. Better resolving power than Apo 75 (see Sean Reid test). Easy to focus.
I just got this lens and used it in Africa. It is not inconspicous particularly the silver version. Keep in min that adding the lens-hood, which one should, doubles the length of the lens.
I had previously owned a Leica Summarit-M 35mm F2.5 lens so I was already familiar with the Summarit products as Leica's budget line. When Leica announced a refresh of the Summarit line-up, I paid attention.