The Leica Summilux-M 35 f/1.4. was the world’s fastest wide-angle lens in 1961, the new edition is made in the original vintage design and with the identical optical calculation of the first Summilux-M 35 f/1.4. Additionally, the stainless-steel front ring known as “Steel Rim”, the lockable focus ring and the black attachable lens hood are also modelled after the original. What is new, however, is the second round lens hood with E46 thread which enables the use of filters,alsoincluded withthis lens.
For many photographers, the 28mm focal length is the ideal general purpose wide angle lens. Its wide enough for most scenic and landscape assignments and when used indoors for building interiors or groups of people, its wide angle effect is not as extreme as with shorter focal length lenses.
A medium-telephoto fixed focal length macro lens that caters to the demand for accessible professional-grade photography. With a new optical design and a newly developed linear motor, the LUMIX S-E100 boasts high resolution and outstanding photographic performance, enabling stunning bokeh. At the same time, its compact nature ensures excellent mobility outdoors and other shooting locations.
The Leica Summicron-M 28 f/2 ASPH. is a fast and powerful lens that unlocks new photographic horizons with its wide-angle perspective and impressive close-focus limit of 40 centimetres. Its state-of-the-art technical specifications are crafted to maximise the capabilities of both current and future camera sensors. Nine lenses arranged in six groups ensure images with rich contrast and detail.
GF30mmF5.6 T/S lens delivers total tilt-shift control that gives photographers ±8.5° of tilt adjustment, shift movements up to ±15mm and up to ±90° of lens rotation. An integrated sensor even keeps track of shift and rotation adjustments, which makes post-production a breeze once the images are made and everything is packed. It also features an integrated tripod mount to ensure that when used with a tripod (sold separately), the lens's optical axis consistently stays in place, even as tilt and shift adjustments are being made between images. With GF30mmF5.6 T/S, total control over an image is at the fingertips of any photographer that is ready to shift their perspective.
FUJINON GF110mmF5.6 TS Macro lens offers tilt-shift control, thanks to its 0.43m minimum focusing distance and 0.5x maximum magnification factor, it's perfect for close-up photography that demands total control for results with little-to-no distortion. An onboard sensor that records exact adjustments to shift and rotation, expedites post-production involving multiple images.
Create images and video that inspires with GF55mmF1.7 R WR. Its fast F1.7 maximum aperture and 11 aperture blades combine to produce sumptuous bokeh, while its natural viewing angle brings it closer to representing what is seen by the human eye more than any G Mount lens has ever done before. (Camera shown in photos not included).
Whether for detailed landscape shots, high-contrast pictures in difficult lighting conditions or subjects in close-up range with shallow depth of field: the Summilux-M 35 f/1.4 ASPH. produces extraordinary results. Now, eleven instead of nine aperture blades are used for a visibly improved bokeh. In addition, the closest focusing distance was reduced from 70 to 40 centimeters.
The standard lens for natural perspectives: This fast lens has a natural image angle that corresponds to ahuman eye view and is ideal for available-light situations, selective-focus shots. It delivers high-contrast images with high-resolution detail - even at its widest aperture, or down to its minimum focusing distance.