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Summarit M 75 mm f/2.5

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Leica introduced the Summarit M 75 mm f/2.5 in autumn 2007 alongside three other Summarit models, with the aim to cover the focal lengths of 35, 50, 75 and 90 mm in one fell swoop.

It was the first time four lenses had been released simultaneously since the introduction of the Leicaflex in 1965 (when Leica had to take urgent measures to kick-start sales of their first, much-delayed mirror reflex camera).

The 2007 Summarit series on the other hand was designed to bring the much-coveted M series within the financial reach of a broader clientele. With an initial aperture of 2.5 and the omission of aspherical lenses, the new Summarit models could be priced at 1,000 to 1,250 euros – making for an extremely reasonable prize-to-quality ratio especially for a Leica product.

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