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Leica APO-Summicron-SL 75mm f/2 ASPH

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    Street, portrait, or whatever catches your eye: Conceived as a universal lens for any situation, the Leica APO-Summicron-SL 75 f/2 ASPH. opens up new horizons for photography in the versatile zone between standard and telephoto focal lengths. It is perfectly matched to the cutting-edge SL-System and has been designed for a long life under a heavy professional workload. In addition to this, the maximum reproduction ratio of 1:5 contributes even more to the versatility of the lens, allowing for close-up shots that pop with punchy sharpness and definition.

    The autofocus system shared by the Summicron-SL lenses is fast, precise, and nearly silent. Their outstanding AF performance figures are thanks to the autofocus drive unit they both utilize. These are limited only by the mass of the glass elements moved when focusing; the speed of moving from infinity to the closest focusing distance. In order to preserve the compact dimensions of the lenses, the integration of these components must be perfectly optimized within all design constraints.

    With a maximum aperture of f/2, the SL-Summicron lenses are significantly more compact than even faster lenses, but still allow photographers to work with similar depth of field. The reason for this is contrast: the area of highest contrast is incredibly sharp, while zones with lower contrast are unsharp or beautifully blurred.

    In the construction of the Summicron-SL lenses, particular attention has been paid to the prevention of stray light and reflections. The optimization of the optical and mechanical design was carried out in elaborate simulations before the construction of the first prototype lenses. Unavoidable reflections are reduced to the lowest possible level by high-quality optical coatings of the lens surfaces.

     

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