New MS Optical Perar 24mm f/4 super wide lens for Leica M mount

There is a new MS Optical Perar 24mm f/4 super wide lens for Leica M mount. The lens can be purchased from for ¥63,900 (around $625, currently out of stock). Here are the key features:

  • Very high optical quality triplet formula lens
  • Super-wide 24mm focal length, 82 degrees angle of view on 35mm size, 60 degrees on APS-S
  • Ultra compact design, weight 40g, 50g with hood, only 5.2mm thick
  • Refined triplet design with two double thickness positive lenses, superior to Tessar design
  • 10 blade quasi-round aperture for smooth and pleasing bokeh (Made in Germany by Otto Niemann Feinmechanik GmbH, Berlin)
  • Minimum focus distance 0.8m on Leica M, on mirrorless cameras 0.5-0.6m
  • ALL six glass surfaces multicoated, 96% light transmission
  • Vivid, real and beautiful color reproduction, high contrast high resolution images
  • Unique exposed front aperture (hood accepts 19mm size filters)
  • Initial lot of lenses, designed, manufactured and hand-assembled in Japan by Mr Sadayasu Miyazaki
  • Native Leica M mount, area for 6-bit coding
  • Available in black finish (black paint and other versions not available in Japan), appearance analog to 28mm Perar lens
  • Includes lens, lens hood and caps. Accepts Leica Elmar thread type 19mm filters mounted in supplied hood.

In the past MS Optical has produced Sonnetar 50mm f/1.1 MC, Perar Super Triplet 28mm f/4 and Super Triplet Perar 3.5/35 lenses.

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