Suitable rear lens cap for S system lens.
Protective cap for viewfinder of the Leica S camera.
Leica camera cap for Leica S camera.
The Elmarit-S 30 mm f/2.8 ASPH. is equivalent, in 35 mm format, to a 24 mm super-wide-angle lens. The lens is optimised for maximum contrast rendition at maximum aperture, thus ensuring consistent high quality from its close-focusing limit to infinity. Thanks to its exceptionally high correction, images are almost entirely free from distortion. Five of the thirteen lenses arranged in nine groups have anomalous partial dispersion, and three of these are fluoride lenses with particularly low dispersion (colour scattering) characteristics for the correction of chromatic aberration. Two lenses are also elaborately manufactured with aspherical surfaces. Only the six lenses on the back are moved when focusing offering outstanding imaging quality even when close-focusing.
The Summicron-S 100 mm f/2 ASPH. offers a wide range of creative options for exploiting its extremely selective and seemingly three-dimensional sharpness with unusually smooth transitions into the out-of-focus areas. The use of a sophisticated multi-layer coating ensures a pure colour rendition and particularly differentiated reproduction of skin tones. Its exceptional imaging performance is maintained at a consistently high level at all apertures. Insensitive to flare, the Summicron-S sets entirely new standards in critical lighting situations. The lens design comprises seven lens elements in five groups. A double aspherical lens element minimises monochromatic aberrations and three glasses with anomalous partial dispersion ensure an extremely well-balanced chromatic correction. As a floating element, the rearmost element ensures exceptional contrast of detail at all distance settings. The constant length when focusing offers extra protection against dust and splashes and in addition the harder glasses used contributes to the robust character of the front and rear lens elements.
The Leica Elmarit-S 45 mm f/2.8 ASPH. (36 mm in 35 mm format) is as outstanding for landscapes and architectural photography as it is for studio work. Its extremely elaborate construction, designed to deliver maximum contrast at maximum aperture and at the shortest focusing distance, ensures that the lens is practically free of aberrations; monochromatic aberration is almost nonexistent and chromatic aberrations are corrected to an absolute minimum. Three of the twelve lens elements are manufactured from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion for the minimization of chromatic aberration and two others from high-refractive-index glasses with exceptionally low dispersion. In addition to these, one aspherical surface is employed for the minimization of monochromatic aberrations. Rear-group focusing guarantees consistently outstanding imaging properties from infinity to the closest focusing distance.
The speed and high performance of the Leica Apo Elmar-S 180 mm f/3.5 (approx. 144 mm) sets new standards of quality for handheld telephoto photography. The motto is: Open aperture equals working aperture as the contrast performance cannot be further increased by dimming. Aberrations of any kind are unknown to this high-performance lens. It proves to be an excellent portrait lense thanks to its high speed and selective sharpness. The close-up limit of 1.5m enables the possibility to take charming close-ups. The separately available close-up converter lens ELPRO-S 180 mm, specifically designed for the Leica APO-Elmar-S 180 mm f/3.5 lens, reduces the minimum focus distance from 3.6' (1.1m) to 8.8' (2.7m) and increases the maximum reproduction ratio of the lens to 1:4.5. This apochromatically corrected lens features nine lens elements in seven groups. Six elements are made from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion, and two of these have particularly low dispersion. This ensures optimum elimination of chromatic aberrations. Three glass elements with a high refractive index almost fully eliminate monochromatic aberrations.
The Leica Summarit-S 70mm f/2.5 ASPH. is the ideal standard focal length for all photographic needs. Its extreme speed and excellent imaging performance guarantee outstanding results at all apertures and distances. The incorporated aspherical element almost completely eliminates monochromatic aberration and emphasises the exceptional character of the lens. The eight elements of its optical system are arranged in six groups. Two elements are made from glasses with high anomalous partial dispersion minimise chromatic aberrations. Glasses with high refractive indices and one aspherical element prevent monochromatic aberrations. The built-in front filter provides optimal protection against splash water and dust and is an integral part of the optical design. Excellent close-range performance is guaranteed by the combination of a floating element with full-system focusing.
The angle of view of this fast, wide-angle lens makes it ideal for studio work and architectural photography. Maximum contrast performance is guaranteed, even at maximum aperture. Its sophisticated design and construction almost completely eliminate undesirable effects like distortion or chromatic aberration. The optical design features 11 lens elements. Two are made from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion, another three with low dispersion. This reduces chromatic aberration effects to a minimum. Two elements with aspherical surfaces ensure extremely low distortion. And finally, rear group focusing guarantees perfect imaging properties throughout the entire focusing range.
The Leica APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120mm f/2.5 is a true dual-purpose lens: firstly, it is a macro lens for close-up photography up to a reproduction ratio of 1:2. Secondly, it is a fast telelens with an exceptionally large maximum aperture of 1:2.5. It achieves exceptional imaging performance at all apertures and distances. Hence, dimming only increases the depth of field but doesn't improve the contrast rendition, opening fascinating possibilities for image compositions with selective sharpness. The design comprises nine elements in seven groups. Front-group focusing and a floating element provide superior contrast rendition up to an extremely close range. including three elements with anomalous partial dispersion - two of which are highest-quality fluoride lenses for the correction of chromatic aberration. The outstanding contrast in even the finest structures.
The Leica APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120mm f/2.5 (CS) is a true dual-purpose lens: firstly, it is a macro lens for close-up photography up to a reproduction ratio of 1:2. Secondly, it is a fast telelens with an exceptionally large maximum aperture of 1:2.5. It achieves exceptional imaging performance at all apertures and distances. Hence, dimming only increases the depth of field but doesn't improve the contrast rendition, opening fascinating possibilities for image compositions with selective sharpness. The design comprises nine elements in seven groups. Front-group focusing and a floating element provide superior contrast rendition up to an extremely close range. including three elements with anomalous partial dispersion - two of which are highest-quality fluoride lenses for the correction of chromatic aberration. The outstanding contrast in even the finest structures.
In the same way as with a field camera, the adjustments possible with the Leica TS-APO-Elmar-S 120 mm f/5.6 ASPH. (96 mm in 35 mm format) allow full control over perspectives and the location of the plane of sharpest focus. The lens delivers an image circle with a diameter increased by 24 mm to allow parallel shifts of up to 12 mm in relation to the optical axis in all directions. This effectively relocates the viewing standpoint and correspondingly alters the perspective - this, for example, allows product photography without undesired converging or diverging verticals. Independent of this shift function, the lens can also be tilted by up to 8° in all directions to tilt the plane of sharpest focus according to the Scheimpflug principle. Using this technique, you can shoot a subject from an oblique angle at maximum definition. Due to its special construction as a tilt/shift lens, the external form of the Leica TS-APO -Elmar-S 120 mm f/5.6 ASPH . differs from the other S-System lenses. Along with a focusing ring for setting the correct distance, a preset ring and a setting ring are provided for adjusting the aperture. The lens has a total of four rings for controlling tilt and shift. One turn/push ring each for setting the tilt and shift direction and one each for setting the degree of tilt or shift. The lens is also fitted with a tripod plate with 1/4"" and 3/8"" bushes that, thanks to a rotatable clamping ring and a fixing screw, allow the lens to be fixed in any chosen position.
The Leica Super-Elmar-S 24 mm f/3.5 ASPH. (19 mm in 35 mm format) opens up an enormous range of creative opportunities in image composition - particularly in interior, architectural, and landscape photography. At the same time, the lens is optimized for maximum contrast rendition and resolution from its widest aperture and guarantees a constantly high level of quality from its closest focusing distance to infinity..The optical system comprises twelve lenses in ten groups. The optical design comprises 12 elements in ten groups. Five elements are made from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion. Three low-dispersion fluoride elements correct chromatic aberrations. Two further aspherical elements, and the aspherical surface of the front element, minimise monochromatic aberrations. The lens is focused by moving the middle optical group. An independently moved floating element guarantees superior performance at close focusing distances.
The Leica Vario-Elmar-S 30-90 mm f/3.5-5.6 ASPH. (24-72 mm in 35 mm format) combines a universally versatile range of focal lengths, compact construction, and low weight with extraordinarily high imaging performance from the closest focusing distance to infinity, both wide open and at all other apertures. With the exception of a slightly slower maximum aperture, the lens is a fully viable alternative to prime lenses. It significantly increases flexibility and allows longer and much less tiring shooting sessions. Nine of the 14 elements in four groups are manufactured from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion. Of these, three are fluoride lenses with particularly low dispersion for the correction of chromatic aberrations. Two aspherical surfaces on the rear element are employed for the minimization of monochromatic aberrations, while another aspherical surface on the front lens of the second group maintains consistent imaging performance at shorter distances and contributes to the minimization of distortion.
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