Leica Announces Three New Wide Angle M Mount Lenses


Today, Leica is announcing three new M mount lenses. Sure, they’re expensive, but Leica photographers will probably really, really care about them if they’re not already set with their current setup. The new lenses are a Summicron 28mm f2, Summicron 35mm f2, and a 28mm f2.8 Elmarit. All of the lenses are made in Germany and include a full metal rectangular hood with a thread mount and a metal lens cap.

And of course, they’re not cheap…then again Leica quality isn’t cheap either.

The 28mm f2 will retail for $3,995 while the 35mm f2 goes for $2,785 and the 28mm f2.8 goes for $2,195. At the moment, there aren’t very many details. But when they’re released, this post will be updated.


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