Leica SL 50mm F1.4 ASPH. Summilux


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The Leica Summilux-SL 1:1,4/50 mm ASPH. is designed to deliver maximum optical performance and establishes new benchmark standards in terms of sharpness. Thanks to internal focusing, the overall length of the lens remains unchanged when focusing.

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A special feature of its construction is the motorized focusing system. In contrast to manually focused prime lenses, where the length generally varies when focusing, the Leica Summilux-SL 50 mm f/1.4 ASPH. has internal focusing. To ensure high imaging performance throughout the entire focusing range, the focusing group is elaborately constructed with an aspherical element, yet remains light enough to guarantee fast automatic focusing.Its optical design contains a total of 11 elements. Of these, two are aspherical elements and a further four are made from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion for the correction of chromatic aberrations. This complex optical construction reduces all monochromatic and chromatic aberrations to a hardly perceptible minimum. Advanced multilayer coating on all lens surfaces, the optimum design of the lens tubes, and the rectangular lens hood provided with the lens significantly reduce reflections and stray light.

Field angle (diagonal, horizontal, vertical) 47.9/40.5/27.7
Number of lenses/groups 11/9
Number of aspherical lenses 2
Entrance pupil position 76.8 mm
Working range 0.6 m to infinity
Smallest object field 241 x 362 mm
Largest reproduction ratio 1:10
Setting/function Electronically controlled aperture, set using turn/push wheel on camera, including half values
Aperture setting range 1.4-22
Lowest value 22
Bayonet/sensor format Leica L bayonet, full-frame 35mm format
Filter mount E82
Length to bayonet mount 124 mm
Largest diameter 88 mm
Weight 1.065 g
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