Leica Summicron-C 9-Lens Set (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Leica Summicron-C 9-Lens Set (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Leica Summicron-C 9-Lens Set (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

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Product Highlights

  • Covers Super 35mm (36mm Image Circle)
  • PL Mount
  • T2.0 to T22 Aperture Range
  • Geared Focus and Iris Control Rings
  • 8-Blade Iris
  • Internal Focus Design (Helicoid Focus)
  • Shares Gear Position Across Lens Set
  • 300° Focus Rotation
  • 95mm Front Diameter
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  • 1Description

This set of 9 Summicron-C lenses from Leica are part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of cinema-style lenses with focus scales marked in feet. The set includes an 18, 21, 25, 29, 35, 50, 75, 100, and 135mm. The lenses feature a maximum aperture of T2.0 and are relatively small in size and weight compared to faster cine lenses, which makes them ideal for handheld operation as well as stabilized rigs and drones. Each lens is matched to the other lenses in the series in sharpness and color rendition for consistent color and contrast when intercutting between different lenses.

In addition to consistent optical properties, the lenses feature matching physical characteristics. The built-in cine-style geared iris and focus rings are in the same place on each lens relative to the lens mount. This makes for fast lens changes as you don't need to adjust lens accessories when changing lenses. The 95mm front is common to each lens, and this simplifies working with clip-on or rod-mounted matte boxes. The 300° of focus rotation provides the space needed for extremely accurate focus pulls.

  • 18mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 18mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 18mm focal length is a common choice for a wide angle lens in the Super 35 format as it provides a strong wide-angle effect without extreme distortion. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 21mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 21mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 21mm focal length is less common to the Super 35 format; however, it provides a smaller jump in focal lengths when choosing between the 25mm and the 18mm, providing you with more creative wide-angle options. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 25mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 25mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 25mm focal length is a wide lens for this format, and it can be useful when shooting in tight spaces. The 25mm focal length is commonly chosen to be a part of standard lens packages. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 29mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 29mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 29mm focal length is a wider than "normal" lens for this format, providing a "wide feel" to your image. This can be useful when shooting in tight spaces. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 35mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 35mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 35mm focal length is considered a slightly wide lens, allowing you to capture more image around your subject without significant distortion. This can be useful when shooting in tight spaces, or for when you want a wider vista without drawing attention to the nature of the lens. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 50mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 50mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 50mm focal length is considered a normal lens, roughly approximating the perspective of human vision. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 75mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 75mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 75mm focal length is considered on the long side, providing pleasing close-ups without extreme compression of the background. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production, but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 18mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 100mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 100mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 100mm focal length is about twice that of a "normal" lens. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
  • 135mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

    Designed for the digital cinema market, the Leica Summicron-C 135mm Lens (C for cinema) features a stainless steel PL mount and provides a smaller, lighter, albeit slower option to the renowned Summilux-C series of lenses. The 135mm is a long lens that compresses the image bringing the background closer to the foreground providing the appearance of a more shallow depth of field compared to wider lenses. The small size of the lens makes it suitable not only for regular production but also for stabilized rigs, aerial cinematography, and stereoscopic 3D capture. Projecting a useable image circle of 36mm in diameter, it is compatible with a variety of cameras that have sensors that are slightly larger than Super 35. The T2.0 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summicron-C lenses. Each lens incorporates geared focus and iris control rings, which share the same position, so swapping lenses can be done without having to adjust your follow focus or lens control system.

    The lens features an internal focus design, which means a non-rotating front perfect for clip-on matte boxes. A generous number of focus marks are distributed along the dual focus scales, and the 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summicron-C lenses, and, except for the 15mm and 135mm, they feature similar weight and the same length.

    Ready for the Future
    The Summicron-C lenses have an image circle of 36mm, which is more than generous enough to cover the sensors of many popular cameras, including the 6K Red Dragon Sensor, without vignetting. For reference, the image circle requirement for Super 35 is approximately 28mm.
    The lens is telecentric, which helps reduce illumination fall-off from light hitting the sensor at a sever angle at the outside of the image circle.
    High Optical Performance
    The modern lens design as well as the cine manufacturing process and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition. Although made using spherical elements only, the Summicron-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
    The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls.
    Consistent front diameter and shared focus and iris ring position from lens-to-lens in the series allow for faster lens changes requiring less adjustment of matte boxes and lens accessories.
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  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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  • 1Description
  • 18mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 18mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 1.0' / 0.3 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36.0 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 2.9 lb / 1.3 kg
  • 21mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 21mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 1.0' / 0.3 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36.0 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 2.9 lb / 1.3 kg
  • 25mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 25mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 1.0' / 0.3 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36.0 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 3.4 lb / 1.5 kg
  • 29mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 29mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 1.0' / 0.3 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36.0 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 3.0 lb / 1.4 kg
  • 35mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 35mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 1.2' / 0.4 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 2.9 lb / 1.3 kg
  • 50mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 50mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 2' / 0.6 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 3.2 lb / 1.5 kg
  • 75mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 75mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 2.6' / 0.8 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 2.7 lb / 1.2 kg
  • 100mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 100mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 3.3' / 1 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.0" / 101.6 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 2.7 lb / 1.2 kg
  • 135mm T2.0 Summicron-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
    Mount Stainless steel PL
    Focal Length 135mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22, and fully closed
    Close Focus Distance 5' / 1.5 m
    Image Circle 1.4" / 36 mm
    Front Lens Diameter 95 mm
    Length 4.6" / 118 mm (front to flange)
    Weight 4.1 lb / 1.9 kg

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