April 27, 2017
NAB 2017

Take a Look at Leica's 5 New Full Frame M-Lenses

Leica's new full frame M-lenses made an appearance at NAB.

Originating from the full frame Leica M Rangefinder cameras, this line of lenses was designed from the point of assembly. In partnership with camera manufacturers, including RED and ARRI, CW Sonderopic also announced M-mounts for Alexa and RED. First announced at IBC 2016, you can take a look at the lenses in the video above.

Tech Specs

  • 21, 24, 28, 35mm at f/1.4
  • 50mm at f/0.95
  • Lenses cover a 24x36mm sensor (full frame)
  • 0.8 focus and iris rings
  • Removable 80mm sunshades
  • 77mm threaded fronts
  • $48,000 for all five.
  • Shipping Now
  • RED mount prices announced, but a few hundred dollars

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Hey I think the video cut out! I'm noticing the adapter is a significant distance from the camera doesn't that lengthen the lens?

April 28, 2017 at 1:53PM

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