Leica Summarit-M 75mm f/2.5 Overview

Announced Aug 3, 2007 •
Telephoto prime lens | Leica M | 11645
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Announced Aug 3, 2007
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Manufacturer description: The Leica Summarit-M 1:2.5/75mm is a short telephoto lens that is significantly smaller and lighter than Summicron lenses with the same focal length, but still offers the image quality that is the hallmark of Leica M lenses. Combined with the 35 mm Summarit-M, it makes up an ideal shooting outfit with a useful lens speed that opens up fascinating composition options for Leica M photographers. The new 75 mm Summarit-M replaces the portrait focal lengths of 90 -100 mm for digital use. Its exceptionally compact design and performance bring a new level of flexibility to rangefinder photography. Our concentration on the essential elements, including the features, is now an alternative for more serious photographers. All Summarit-M lenses are supplied with metal covers and velour pouches, while high quality lens hoods are available as accessories.

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Quick specs
Lens type Prime lens
Focal length 75 mm
Image stab. No
Lens mount Leica M
Max aperture F2.5
Min aperture F16
Min focus 0.90 m (35.43)
Max magnification 0.1×
Weight 345 g (0.76 lb)
Length 61 mm (2.38)

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