- Technical Specs
35 mm lenses are the most popular in the M-System. Their mixture of moderate wide angle characteristics paired with natural dimensions make this focal length extremely versatile. Often, it is the first choice on a new M camera, and therefore many famous pictures have been taken with a 35 mm lens.
The Leica Summilux-M 35 mm f/1.4 ASPH. is a further revised version of this popular wide-angle lens for the Leica M rangefinder system. Thanks to the latest developments in the fields of optics and precision engineering, the new 35mm lens sets a whole new standard in the fast wide-angle lens portfolio. Whether it's a matter of selective focus in the close-up range, high-contrast available light applications or landscape shots with immense depth of field, the lens delivers persuasive arguments in any situation.
|Lens Connection||screw-on type lens hood (included in delivery), filter holder for E67 size filters optionally available|
|Field Angle||for 35 mm and M9 (24 x 36 mm) at 16 mm: 107°, 97°, 74° at 18 mm: 100°, 90°, 67° at 21 mm: 92°, 81°, 60° for digital M8/M8.2 (18 x 27 mm) at 16 mm: 90°, 80°, 59° at 18 mm: 84°, 74°, 53° at 21 mm: 75°, 65°, 46° corresponds approx. to a focal length o|
|Optical Design, Number of Lenses/Groups||10 / 7|
|Working Range||0.5 m to Infinity, range from 0.5 to 0.7 m separated by index|
|Distance Setting, Smallest Object Field||for full frame 35mm at 16 mm: 915 x 1373 mm, approx. 1:38 at 18 mm: 833 x 1250 mm, approx. 1:35 at 21 mm: 725 x 1087 mm, approx. 1:30 for M8 digital at 16 mm: 688 x 1032 mm, approx. 1:38 at 18 mm: 626 x 939 mm, approx. 1:35 at 21 mm: 545 x 817 mm, a|
|Weight||approx. 335 g|
|Aperture Setting/ Function||Preset, with click-stops, half values available|
|Bayonet/ Sensor Format||Leica M quick-change bayonet with 6 bit lens identification bar code for digital M models|
|Filter Mount||Male thread, non-rotating and with stop for filter holder or lens hood|
|Largest Diameter||approx. 54 mm (53 x 58 mm with lens hood)|