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Leitz Cine Summilux-C 10-Lens Set (Marked in Feet)

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Leitz Cine Summilux-C 10-Lens Set (Marked in Feet)
Key Features
  • Covers Super 35mm (36mm Image Circle)
  • PL Mount
  • T1.4 to T22 Aperture Range
  • Geared Focus and Iris Control Rings
This set of 10 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, 40, 50, 65, 75, and 100mm. The lenses feature a maximum aperture of T1.4 and use focus cam technology for precision and low maintenance requirements. 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.
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Leitz Cine Summilux-C Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Leitz Cine 18mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 3Leitz Cine 21mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 4Leitz Cine 25mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 5Leitz Cine 29mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 6Leitz Cine 35mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 7Leitz Cine 40mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 8Leitz Cine 50mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 9Leitz Cine 65mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 10Leitz Cine 75mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)
  • 11Leitz Cine 100mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

This set of 10 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, 40, 50, 65, 75, and 100mm. The lenses feature a maximum aperture of T1.4 and use focus cam technology for precision and low maintenance requirements. 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.

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 in this set 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.

Leitz Cine 18mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance at wide open, the Leica 18mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and the focus scales are marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 18mm lens weighs only 3.6 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam-Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 21mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance at wide open, the Leica 21mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and the focus scales are marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 21mm lens weighs only 3.6 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 25mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance at wide open, the Leica 25mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. The 25mm focal length is a wide-angle lens found in most lens packages. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and the focus scales are marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens and all focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up, and an available rear net holder is sold separately. The 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 25mm lens weighs only 4 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swaping lenses.The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 29mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 29mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 29mm lens weighs only 3.7 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 35mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 35mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 35mm lens weighs only 3.6 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 40mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 40mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 40mm lens weighs only 3.6 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 50mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 50mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 50mm lens weighs only 3.9 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 65mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 65mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 65mm lens weighs only 3.7 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time and not have to
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 75mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 75mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available (but not included) rear net holder. Except for the 135mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 75mm lens weighs only 3.5 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swapping lenses. The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed, for accurate focus pulls, either manual or motorized.
Production Oriented
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.
Leitz Cine 100mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet)

Designed and built to deliver optimum optical performance when wide open, the Leica 100mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens is part of the C.W. Sonderoptic line of Summilux-C cinema lenses. The Summilux-C lenses all feature a minimum image circle of 33mm, so they each comfortably cover Super 35 without corner softness or darkening. It features a titanium PL mount, a cam-driven focus mechanism, and focus scales marked in feet. The T1.4 maximum aperture is consistent among the range, so there is no concern about exposure variations when cutting between Summilux-C lenses. Each lens incorporates cine-style 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. The 300° of focus rotation provides for accurate focus pulling, and the focus markings from 6' to infinity are consistent across focal lengths. Front filters with a special 92.5mm threading can be mounted on this lens. All focal lengths in the Summilux-C line up can mount a rear net with an available rear net holder that is not included. Except for the 138mm, the 95mm diameter front is standard across all Summilux-C lenses. The 100mm lens weighs only 3.5 pounds.

Consistent Color and Contrast
The Summilux-C lenses feature consistent color and contrast from lens-to-lens across focal lengths for smooth cutting between lenses. This consistency allows you to assemble your lens package over time without having to compare multiple lenses to find one that matches your existing lenses when expanding your package.
Cam Driven Focus
The Summilux-C lenses feature focus cams as opposed to the standard helicoid focus mechanism. The cam focus mechanism wears better than helicoid, so your lenses remain accurate and with less focus play for longer between lens services.
Breathing
The cam focus mechanism combined with critical optical design make for virtually no focus breathing.
Telecentricity
Although lenses designed for film production do not have to be telecentric, electronic sensors have a limited tolerance for light striking the photosites at extreme angles. To prevent darkening in the edge and corners of the image, Summilux-C lenses are all telecentric in design and construction for a uniform brightness across the sensor.
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 Summilux-C lenses provide a sharp image with a naturalistic Bokeh.
Focus and Iris Rotation
The 300° of focus rotation provide for extremely accurate focus marks and focus pulls. Focus marks across all focal lengths are consistent from 6' to infinity. This provides you the accuracy when you need it for close focus, and uniformity between lenses for consistent focus when swaping lenses.The iris features 110° of rotation from open to closed.
Production Oriented
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.

Leitz Cine 18mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length18mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.15' / 0.35 m
Diaphragm Blades10
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.375 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.5 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 21mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length21mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.0' / 0.3 m
Diaphragm Blades11
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.195 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.5 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 25mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length25mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1' / 0.3 m
Diaphragm Blades11
Gear MOD & PitchFocus: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Iris: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Electronic CommunicationNo
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 14.22 cm
Weight4 lb / 1.81 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.205 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.4 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 29mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length29mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.5' / 0.45 m
Diaphragm Blades11
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.7 lb / 1.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.235 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.4 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 35mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length35mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.15' / 0.35 m
Diaphragm Blades12
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.32 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.5 x 6.5"

Leitz Cine 40mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length40mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.33' / 0.41 m
Diaphragm Blades11
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.5 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 50mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length50mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.6' / 0.5 m
Diaphragm Blades10
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.9 lb / 1.8 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 6.5 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 65mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length65mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.5' / 0.45 m
Diaphragm Blades15
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.7 lb / 1.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.195 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 6.5 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 75mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length75mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 1.5' / 0.45 m
Diaphragm Blades15
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 142 mm
Weight3.5 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.335 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.5 x 6.4"

Leitz Cine 100mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in Feet) Specs

Focal Length100mm
Lens MountARRI PL
Lens Format CoverageSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle33.0 mm
Maximum ApertureT1.4
Minimum ApertureT22
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 2.95' / 0.90 m
Diaphragm Blades15
Gear MOD & PitchFocus: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Iris: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread92.5 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation300°
Iris Rotation110°
Electronic CommunicationNo
Image StabilizationNo
Length5.6" / 14.22 cm
Weight3.5 lb / 1.59 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.285 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 6.5 x 6.4"

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