Leica SL-Set mit Summilux-SL 1:1,4/50mm ASPH.
Leica SL (Type 601), black
Image quality, performance and versatility: with numerous record values, the Leica SL proves that the mirrorless full-frame camera is the technology of the future. But not only the performance data speak for the Leica SL system. Even her reduced to the essentials operating concept, the good handling and the extreme robustness distinguish her as a professional camera. There are almost unlimited possibilities in lens selection. So you can use in addition to the optics of the SL system and the TL / CL series without adapters. And with corresponding Leica adapters, you have the choice of over 150 lenses.
Leica Summilux-SL 1: 1.4 / 50mm ASPH.
The Leica Summilux-SL 1: 1.4 / 50 mm ASPH. is designed for maximum optical performance and achieves new best values in terms of sharpness. Due to the fast interior focusing, the length of the lens is not changed when focusing. The special feature of the design lies in the design of the motor-driven focusing. In contrast to manually focused fixed focal lengths, whose length usually varies when focusing, the Leica Summilux-SL has a 1: 1.4 / 50 mm ASPH. an inner focus on. For the sake of a consistently high image quality over the entire focusing range, this group is elaborately designed with an aspherical lens, yet light enough to ensure a fast autofocus. The optical design has a total of eleven lenses, including two aspherical lenses and four lenses made of glasses with anomalous partial dispersion for the correction of chromatic aberrations. This complex optical design reduces all monochromatic aberrations as well as chromatic aberrations to a barely perceptible level. Complex coatings on all lens surfaces, an optimal design of lens frames and the included rectangular lens hood reduce significantly reflections and stray light.
Delivery: Leica SL (Type 601), black | Leica Summilux-SL 1: 1.4 / 50mm ASPH. | Remote Control Cable RC-SCL4 | USB 3.0 cable, length 3m | HDMI cable type A 1,5m
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