The LEICA DG VARIO-SUMMILUX 10-25mm (35mm camera equivalent: 20-50mm) is the first lens ever to deliver F1.7 brightness throughout the zoom range.* With a single compact, lightweight lens, photographers can capture vast landscapes with dramatic perspective, take candid shots in low light, and compose appealing portraits with a distinctive bokeh effect in the background. Moreover, seamless iris control allows users to shoot video with exceptionally smooth changes in exposure when zooming or panning. Creators can shift deftly between still photography and video, always enjoying the same outstanding level of expressive power.
* Among digital interchangeable lenses for mirrorless cameras as of May 31, 2019.
LEICA DG Lens – Ultimate Optics
Opt for a LEICA DG lens and get the ultimate in optical quality and performance. They naturally meet the strict quality standards set by Leica Camera AG.
Thanks to the sophisticated design of these lenses, you will enjoy brilliant clarity all the way to the edges of your photos. At the same time, distortions of all kind are prevented to enable precise, sharp picture rendering. This means you have the ideal tool for pro-level images in the palm of your hand.
Video Support – Perfect Video-Recording
With video support any user has everything they need for recording with their LUMIX camera. Not only does it perform smooth aperture changes so there are no sudden jumps in exposure, it also boasts a silent design for enhanced capture of the scene’s audio. What’s more, the stunning AF performance of this lens records excellent 4K video, where precise focusing is essential.
17 elements in 12 groups:
– 3 aspherical lenses – 4 Extra-Low Dispersion lenses – 1 Ultra High Refractive Index lens
Aspherical (ASPH) lenses reduce size and weight, effectively preventing spherical and distortion aberration.
Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) lenses correct chromatic aberration rendering sharp, high-contrast images with clear colours from corner to corner.
Ultra-High Refractive Index (UHR) lens improves optical performance, reduces size and weight, and achieves uniform image quality from the centre to the edges of the image.
For lenses that are capable of compensating distortion, the horizontal axis of the MTF shows the distance from the center of the corrected image.