Elmarit-TL 18mm f/2.8 ASPH.
Proofs of performance
|Lens||Leica Elmarit-TL 18 mm f/2.8 ASPH.|
|Order no.||11 088 black anodized
11 089 silver anodized
|Compatible cameras||All Leica cameras with Leica L bayonet|
|Angle of view (diagonal, horizontal, vertical)||Approx. 75°, 65°, 46°, corresponding to around 27 mm focal length in 27 mm format|
|Optical design||Number of lenses/groups: 8/6
Aspherical surfaces: 4
Position of entrance pupil (at infinity): -12.5 mm (in direction of light incidence in front of bayonet mount)
|Distance setting||Setting/Function: Electronically controlled
Mode selectable using camera menu: Automatic (AF) or manual (M), in AF mode manual override possible at any times
with setting dial
Focusing range: 0.3 m to ∞
Smallest object field/largest scale: approx. 343 x 228 mm/1:14
|Aperture||Setting/Function: Electronically controlled, adjustment using dial on camera,
third values also available
Lowest value: 16
|Bayonett fitting||Leica L bayonet with contact strip|
|Filter mount/ Lens hood||Internal thread for E39 filters, filter mount does not rotate|
|Dimensions and Weight||Length to bayonet mount: approx. 21 mm
Largest diameter: approx. 62 mm
Weight: approx. 80 g
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Elmarit-TL 18 / f2.8 ASPH.
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