Enjoy superb image quality with minimum distortion – this F1.4 LEICA DG SUMMILUX lens offers outstanding image rendering even for indoor or night-time shooting. The high-speed, high-precision AF made possible with 240-fps AF control also clearly captures shutter chances on the fly.
The exquisite beautiful bokeh effect of the LEICA lens, which has mesmerized so many photographers around the world, turns ordinary scenes into beautiful, emotion-packed photos.
In addition, with its dust- and splash-resistant design,* this lens is marvelous at all times, both in everyday life and while travelling.
* Dust- and splash-resistant does not guarantee that damage will not occur if this lens is subjected to direct contact with dust and water. * Leica is a registered trademark of Leica Microsystems IR GmbH.
LEICA DG Lens – Superior Quality 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.
Nano Surface Coating – Clarity from all Angles
Put an end to unwanted ghosting and flaring – the Nano Surface Coating has been applied to lenses within the system. This special, ultra-thin coating was developed originally by Panasonic to reduce bothersome reflections across the entire light spectrum. The result: crystal-clear pictures even if you’re photographing a light source in the dark.
9 elements in 7 groups:
– 2 aspherical lenses – 1 Ultra High Refractive Index lens
Aspherical (ASPH) lenses reduce size and weight, effectively preventing spherical and distortion aberration.
Ultra-high refractive index (UHR) lens improves optical performance, reduces size and weight, and achieves uniform image quality from the center 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.