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Leica Elmarit-M 90 mm f/2.8
Leica Elmarit-M 90 mm f/2.8
Leica Macro Elmarit-R 60 mm f/2.8
Leica Macro Elmarit-R 60 mm f/2.8

The name Elmarit is used by Leica to designate camera lenses that have a maximum aperture of f/2.8.

History

The Elmarit is a derivation of the Elmar. Confusingly not all f/2.8 lenses are Elmarits. The 50 mm f/2.8 collapsible, manufactured until 2007, was designated an Elmar rather than an Elmarit.[1]

Description

The Elmarit are popular lenses for extreme focal lengths: 21 mm, 24 mm, 28 mm and 90 mm. The Elmarit has also come in 135mm super-telephoto.[2]

Market positions

The Elmarit are behind the Summicron and the Summarit lenses. Only the Elmar and most Summaron lenses have a smaller f-number.

List of Elmarit lenses

For the Leica M mount
  • Elmarit-M 21 mm f/2.8
  • Elmarit-M 21 mm f/2.8 ASPH.
  • Elmarit-M 24 mm f/2.8 ASPH.
  • Elmarit-M 28 mm f/2.8
  • Elmarit-M 28 mm f/2.8 ASPH.
  • Elmarit-M 90 mm f/2.8
  • Elmarit-M 135 mm f/2.8
For the Leica R mount
  • Leica 15 mm f/2.8 Super-Elmarit-R ASPH – 2001
  • Leica 16 mm f/2.8 Fisheye-Elmarit-R – 1970 (Minolta design and glass production)
  • Leica 19 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 1st version
  • Leica 19 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 2nd version – 1990
  • Leica 24 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R – 1970 (Minolta design and glass production)
  • Leica 28 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 1st version – 1970
  • Leica 28 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 2nd version – 1994
  • Leica 35 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 1st version – 1964
  • Leica 35 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 2nd version
  • Leica 35 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 3rd version
  • Leica 35 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 4th version (Built-in lens hood; 55mm filter)
  • Leica 60 mm Macro-Elmarit-R 1st version – 1972 – outside bayonet lens hood fitting
  • Leica 60 mm Macro-Elmarit-R dn2 version
  • Leica 90 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 1st version – 1964–1996
  • Leica 90 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 2nd version – 1983
  • Leica 100 mm f/2.8 APO-Macro-Elmarit-R
  • Leica 135 mm Elmarit-R 1st version – 1965
  • Leica 135 mm Elmarit-R 2nd version
  • Leica 180 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 1st version
  • Leica 180 mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R 2nd version
  • Leica 180 mm f/2.8 APO-Elmarit-R – 1998
  • Leica 28 mm-90 mm f/2.8-4.5 Vario-Elmarit-R ASPH
  • Leica 70–180 mm f/2.8 Vario-APO-Elmarit-R zoom
  • Leica 35–70 mm f/2.8 Vario-Elmarit-R ASPH zoom – 2000 (only 200 were made)
For the Leica S mount
  • Super-Elmar-S 1:3.5/24 mm ASPH.
  • Elmarit-S 1:2.8/30 mm ASPH.
  • Elmarit-S 1:2.8/30 mm ASPH. CS
  • Elmarit-S 1:2.8/45 mm ASPH.
  • Elmarit-S 1:2.8/45 mm ASPH. CS
For the Leica L Mount
  • Vario-Elmarit-SL 1:2.8–4 / 24–90 ASPH.
  • APO-Vario-Elmarit-SL 1:2.8–4 / 90–280

References

  1. ^ Taylor, David (2014). Leica M Typ 240 Expanded Guide. United Kingdom: Ammonite Press. ISBN 1781450390.
  2. ^ "LEICA Lens Names". www.kenrockwell.com. Retrieved 2019-11-27.

External links

This page was last edited on 26 March 2020, at 20:40
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