Web Pricing - Why are the prices on this web site different from those in your stores?
Our stores are staffed with a wide variety of product specialists and support staff, each of whom make an effort to be responsive and pleasant to deal with. We're also able to provide a customer with any item from our inventory to inspect and test. The cost of this customer service is an increased overhead for our in-store prices, to pay for the store space, the training of our employees, and other considerations not present online. We're happy to offer reduced prices online and hope that you will be satisfied with your purchase no matter where you decide to buy.
The Zeiss Super Wide Angle 21mm f/4.5 C Biogon T* ZM Manual Focus Lens (Leica M-Mount) - Black is designed for full integration with TTL-exposure metering. It has a minimum focusing distance of 1.8' (0.5 m), and offers ultra-sharp resolving power and next to zero distortion. Like its classic predecessor from 1952, the optical performance is stellar and destined to make the same history. Remarkably compact and lightweight, it is the ideal super wide angle lens for travel and outdoor photography.
The Carl Zeiss range of T* ZM-mount lenses offers high standards in terms of performance, reliability and, of course, image quality. You can count on highly advanced flare control for crisp and brilliant images. And virtually zero geometric distortion, ensuring precise accuracy when reproducing shapes, especially useful when photographing products and architecture.
This lens is NOT recommended for use with Leica M9 rangefinder digital cameras. The angles of this lens are too steep for the sensor design and it results in a red color shift at the edge of the frame.
For Zeiss Ikon & Leica M Mount Rangefinder Cameras
1/3 stop interval click stops allows for exact exposure
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