This set of 10 Leica Summilux-C lenses will cost you $353,100

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This set of 10 Leica Summicron-C lenses is priced at $353,100 and includes an 18, 21, 25, 29, 35, 40, 50, 65, 75, and 100mm lenses all with a maximum aperture of T1.4. Each lens is matched to the other lenses in the series in sharpness and color rendition for consistent color and contrast when intercutting between the different lenses. The Leica Summicron-C lenses are part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of cinema-style lenses.

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  • James Donahue

    Hpmmm

  • RRDiaz

    I found this somewhere on the internets. Wish we could get a Leica Q with an L mount. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/33da746e06e85cb205735b68488da6e3b5252d3c9e88ccd1ca3b87b9ac6a6f03.jpg

    • El Aura

      You can get a Leica Q with an L-mount. It is called the Leica SL. Main difference is that it has decent handgrip and a bigger EVF.

      • RRDiaz

        I should have been more specific. Leica Q “as in size” with the L mount. I have handled the SL. EVF (I wear glasses) and weather-sealing is a big plus for me, size is a big minus! I contemplated adding an SL but I’m sticking with the M for now.

        • Brennan McKissick

          If size is a big minus then why would you want a Q with an L mount anyways? The lenses are massive.

          • RRDiaz

            I would like to use my current “M” glass. True that current SL lenses are massive, however it seems like the new summicron primes coming later will be more manageable. The L mount is Leica’s future.

  • Les

    If money is tight you can get by with just 4 of the 10. I would pick the 18, 25, 40 and 75.

    Seriously though, these types of lenses are purchased by motion picture rental houses. Each lens will get used in hundreds of productions over time.

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