Leica 24mm Elmarit-R f/2.8 35mm Primes

24mm Elmarit-R f/2.8

At first glance, photographs taken with this lens do not look like superwide-angle pictures. However they are very impressive because of their unusual perspective. In the close-up range, this lens makes unusual images possible because it sets the main subject off in an interesting manner in relation to its surroundings.

User Reviews (1)

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Mike.Palmer   Expert [Oct 31, 2004]
Strength:

Contrast and colour rendition. Flare resistance in the light. Compact. Good Bokeh

Weakness:

Have not found any yet.

This is a much maligned lens among Leica users. Evidentally a Minolta design from the 1970's. All I can say is that Minolta 70's design combined with Leica quality control really rocks! I purchased this as "as new" secondhand at a much lower price than a new lens. I cannot understand why the previous owner parted with it other than needing the money.

Customer Service

A phone call usually settles most issues, in GB at least.

Similar Products Used: 28mm F2.0 Asph M series.
OVERALL
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5
VALUE
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5
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