Leica 35mm f/1.4 Summilux-M Manual Focus Lens (11874)

  • High-speed wide-angle lens with aspherical lens surface, for Leica M rangefinder cameras.
  • Extremely compact design using elements with high refractive indices and low dirspersion values.
  • Exceptional freedom from flare, due to special multiple coatings.
  • Uniform, neutral color rendition.

Leica M Series Lenses Compact, lightweight and covering an optimum range of practical applications, Leica M lenses offer a unique optical performance that has secured them a leading position throughout the world. With focal lengths ranging from 21 to 135mm and speeds of up to f/1.0, these valuable precision lenses are distinguished for their superb imaging performance and long service life. Other features include: Excellent sharpness, high-contrast performance and an extreme resolving power even at full aperture Extremely compact design using lens elements with high refractive indices and low dispersion values Uniform, neutral colour rendition Exceptional freedom from flare due to special Leica multiple coating Long service even in tough, everyday professional use and smooth focusing thanks to the mechanical precision of the metal helical focusing mounts. The focal length makes this an all-round versatile lens – yet its high speed makes it an exceptional lens with ample reserves for any situation. The complex optical design with an aspherical lens surface produces an image quality at full aperture that is unique for compact wide-angle lenses. This lens is available in black anodized or silver chrome finish.

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