No-one appreciates the value of a 50mm prime lens better than a Leica M user. The camera maker has four to choose from that are anything but standard, including the f/2.5 Summarit, the f/2 Summicron and the f/1.4 Summilux, along with the lens it dubbed “king of the night” when it was unveiled three years ago, the Noctilux f/0.95, which comes with an eye-watering price tag of £7348 +VAT.Pamoja na kuwa ni ghali sana Steering Pound 7348 mara 2600 na ushee jamaa ndo wanaigombania, msikie mwenyewe..
According to Stefan Daniel, Leica’s director for product management, “The Noctilux 0.95/50 is one of the most demanding lenses currently in production, and we can only assign production and assembly to the most experienced and skilled people in the whole company”. It is also the most expensive lens in the M and S ranges. It may therefore come as a bit of a surprise to learn that it’s also one of the most in-demand lenses, with a waiting list of up to a year
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