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Original, Not Retro
The Summaron-M is modelled on a screw mount lens produced at the Leitz factory in Wetzlar from 1955 to 1963. Its unmistakable signature is almost impossible to reproduce by digital means and makes the lens a true classic that is now reborn in a revised edition, with exactly the same optical properties. The fact that this is no simple reconstruction is obvious at first sight: the design of the Summaron-M has been refined down to the essentials, without losing any of the character of its legendary ancestor.
Recognisable at First Sight
Through its combination of extreme depth of field, natural contrast, excellent rendition of details and visible vignetting, the lens gives images a unique character. Pictures made with the Summaron-M stand out from all others with a look reminiscent of analogue photography.
Perfect for Street Photography
The Summaron-M is the smallest M-System lens. With an overall length of less than 2 cm it is incredibly discreet, making it perfect for street photography. The combination of a clearly laid out depth of field scale and long focus throw allows particularly precise pre-focusing. In addition, the enormous depth of field makes it ideal for taking advantage of hyperfocal focusing and shooting from the hip at a speed no autofocus system can match.
|Kompatibla objektivfästen:||M (Leica)|
|Linseelement / Grupper:||6 / 4|
|Bildvinkel:||(diagonal, horizontal, vertical) 75°/65°/46°|
|Största bländare:||F 5.6|
|Minsta bländare:||F 22|
|Diamete in mm:||51 MM|
|Filter diameter:||34 mm|