Group portraits, landscapes, and architecture: Whenever the scene demands a wider view, the Leica Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35 f/3.5–4.5 ASPH. is the perfect wide-angle lens for capturing it all. With a range of focal lengths from 16 to 35 mm, this high-performance lens expands the spectrum of the existing portfolio of SL zoom lenses into the super wide-angle range.
from 16-280 mm
With the Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35 f/3.5–4.5 ASPH, the Vario-Elmarit-SL 24–90 f/2.8–4 ASPH., and the APO-Vario-Elmarit-SL 90–280 f/2.8–4 ASPH., the SL portfolio of zoom lenses covers a range of focal lengths from 16 to 280 mm. Thus the three zoom lenses offer a spectrum of focal lengths that fulfill the needs of all styles of photography.
Fast and sharp
when it matters
Together with exceptional imaging performance expected from a Leica at all focus distances and apertures, the high-performance lens offers simultaneously fast and nearly silent autofocus. To achieve this, only one very lightweight lens element is moved for focusing. A specially developed focus drive comprising a stepping motor and linear positioning enables very fast, almost-silent, and precise focusing without changing the overall length of the lens barrel.
under all conditions
As is the case with all other components of the Leica SL-System, the Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35 f/3.5–4.5 ASPH. is designed and constructed to meet the special demands of professional photography. Made in Germany, the rugged construction of this lens and its AquaDura® lens coating make it ideal for use in even the most difficult conditions. Improved high-quality coatings ensure optimum suppression of reflections and stray light within the optical system, for shooting in even the harshest lighting.
Jason Peterson began shooting analogue film photography in high school but remained averse to digital photography until a friend introduced him to Instagram.
His style is now instantly recognisable: black and white, heavy contrast, large scale and always on point in terms of composition and light. Inviting us to follow him into the dark, Jason explores the darkness of monochrome photography. The series was shot by Jason on the Leica SL with the wide-angle Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35 f/3.5–4.5 ASPH.Taking to the skies above his adopted hometown of Chicago, the 16-35mm addition to the Leica SL lens portfolio was the perfect piece of gear for capturing these broader horizons.
|Order number||11 177|
|Field angle (diagonal, horizontal, vertical)||Focal length 16mm: 105,6°/95,3°/72°
Focal lenght 24mm: 84,7°/74,4°/53,7°
Focal length 35mm: 64,6°/55,5°/38,7°
|Number of lenses/groups||18/12|
|Number of aspherical lenses||2|
|Entrance pupil position||Focal length 16mm: 105.9mm
Focal length 24mm: 101.5mm
Focal length 35mm: 105.0mm
|Working range||250mm to infinity|
|Smallest object field||Focal length 35mm: 90 x 135 mm|
|Largest reproduction ratio||Focal length 16mm: 1:7.7
Focal length 35mm: 1:3.7
|Setting/function||Electronically controlled aperture, set using turn/push wheel on camera, including half values|
|Aperture setting range||Focal length 16mm: 3.5-22
Focal length 35mm: 4.5-22
|Lens mount/sensor format||L-Mount, full-frame 35mm format|
|Dimensions and weight|
|Length to bayonet mount||123 mm (without lens hood)|
|Largest diameter||88 mm|
The newly designed optical system of the Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35 f/3.5–4.5 ASPH. contains a total of 18 elements in 12 groups. These include two aspherical lens elements for the correction of monochromatic aberrations and three elements made from glasses with anomalous partial dispersion for the correction of chromatic aberrations.
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16-35 f/3.5-4.5 ASPH.
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|Lens rear cap SL||16064|
|Lens cap E82||16019|
|Filter ND 16x, E82, black||13059|
|Filter P-cir, E82, black||13052|
|Filter UVa II, E82, black||13042|
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