The new T is Leica's first mirrorless system camera to feature an APS-C sensor. The essence of a system camera is its ability to be used with interchangeable lenses – and Leica certainly deliver with their two initial T lenses, a fixed focal length lens and a standard zoom.
The Summicron-T 23 mm f/2 Asph corresponds to the classic 35 mm focal length in small format. Its particularly flat design means it protrudes the camera body by just 3.5 cm – complementing the compactness of the new Leica T.
The Vario-Elmar-T 18–56 mm f/3.5–5.6 Asph offers all of the advantages of a universal zoom lens. Its focal length range is equivalent to 28–85 mm in small format.
In addition, Leica are also releasing an M adapter, which enables the extensive range of M lenses to be utilised on the new Leica T.