In the 21mm lens, LEICA 21mm f/3.4 LEITZ SUPER-ANGULON is the most special. A total of about 6,000 diameter lenses are produced. It’s a pity not to experience Leica’s super wide-angle lens. LEICA 21mm f/3.4 LEITZ SUPER-ANGULON, the color is thick, just like the thick sense of history.
LEICA 21mm f/3.4 LEITZ SUPER-ANGULON is designed and produced by Schneider, Germany. This is the second marriage between Leica and Schneider, the first time is the lens of leica 5cm summarit f/1.5.
LEICA 21mm f/3.4 LEITZ SUPER-ANGULON has not been updated from 1963 to 1980. Until the Leica m5 was compatible with this lens, the m5 could not be metered. Leica was redesigned.
It started in 1958 and ended in 1980.
The first version of Super-Angulon 21mm f/4 is designed and produced by Schneider and sold by Leica. They are all silver and have L39 screw and M ports. 0 distortion.
The second edition of Super-Angulon 21mm f/3.4, silver is rare, and the black version was produced in the late 1960s. Available on leica M9, M8, M6, M7, MP, Minolta CLE, but cannot meter. The lens number is 2,473,252. After the transformation, it will no longer affect the metering of the fuselage, and it can be used on M5 and CL
Filter: 48mm UV, VII.
Front cover: 14102
Rear cover: 14042
Stock: less than 6000.
Focus lever: metal crescent focus lever.
Minimum focusing distance: 0.4m
Although it is available on the leica M9 digital camera, the screen will appear red-shifted and cannot be metered.
Although there are only four aperture blades, the bokeh is still very smooth. The closest focusing distance of 0.4m is equivalent to f/2 bokeh at a distance of 0.7m for a 35mm lens.
This color is very outstanding.
Black and white film
Like ink painting, the layers are very beautiful, and the picture is thick and heavy. Quickly look at the old black and white movie of Hitchcock, it really looks like.