Leica Summarit-M 90mm f/2.5 Lens

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Key Features

  • 90mm focal length
  • F2.5 maximum aperture; F16 minimum
  • Manual focus
  • 46mm filter thread
  • 1m/39.3" minimum focus

Product Description

Designed in 2007 as a more affordable M-series lens for Leica's then-new digital M rangefinders, the Leica Summarit-M 90 mm F2.5 has a traditional spherical design and an 11-bladed circular aperture. On the M8 and M8.2 cameras that it was originally intended to be paired with, this lens offers an effective focal length of 117mm. It offers good performance in a relatively compact form factor.

Specs

Principal specifications
Lens type Prime lens
Max Format size 35mm FF
Focal length 90 mm
Image stabilisation No
Lens mount Leica M
Aperture
Maximum aperture F2.5
Minimum aperture F16.0
Aperture ring Yes
Number of diaphragm blades 11
Aperture notes Preset, with click-stops, half values available
Optics
Elements 5
Groups 4
Focus
Minimum focus 1.00 m (39.37)
Maximum magnification 0.11×
Autofocus No
Full time manual Unknown
Distance scale Yes
DoF scale Yes
Physical
Weight 360 g (0.79 lb)
Diameter 55 mm (2.17)
Length 67 mm (2.62)
Materials metal barrel, metal mount
Filter thread 46 mm
Hood supplied No
Tripod collar No
Optional accessories matched lens hood
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