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By Jacek.PLLEICA APO-MACRO-ELMARIT-TL 60 f/2.8, silver - (#4629438) is in great condition. I rate it cosmetically a (90%). The focus is smooth, the autofocus and aperture function properly, and the glass is clean and clear with no haze, marks, or fungs, scratches. This lens includes a Leica lens pouch, a Leicalens hood , front & rear caps, and the original instructions & box(full factory set)
I'm the owner from new. The lens was bought new at the Leica store.
Payment: paypal or bank tansfer directly to my bank
shipment: UPS with international tracking - 50EUR
By Jacek.PLLEICA SUMMILUX-TL 35 f/1.4 ASPH., black anodized finish , bought as new in Leica store. It's in great condition. I rate it cosmetically a (93%). The focus is smooth, the autofocus and aperture function properly, and the glass is clean and clear with no haze, marks, or fungs and scratches. This lens includes a Leica lens pouch, a Leicalens hood , front & rear caps, and the original instructions & box (full factory set).
payment: paypal or wired transfer to my bank account.
Shipping: UPS express saver (2 Busness days) - 70 EURO-with international tracking
https://en.leica-camera.com/Photography/Leica-CL-TL2/Lenses-for-Leica-TL/Prime-Lenses/Leica-Summilux-TL 35 mm-f-1.4-ASPH
By Jacek.PLLE11082. Owned from new (LAST 3 DAYS)
Excellent - Fully working, in great cosmetic condition.The lens has a smooth focus and clean glass
Looks like new. Includes boxes, caps, and paperwork from Leica.
delivery – free- 7 business days or 80EUR-2 business days (UPS with international tacking)
Payment: bank transfer to bank or paypal
By Robert EHi guys, could someone please help me to understand the lens designations written on the lens by Leica?
Example: I had an SL, now have an SL2. With the IBIS I wanted to try some different lenses available. So I purchased a TL VE 55-135mm zoom lens. Now I realize this lens was made for the TL or CL camera, which is an APS-C body. So, the lens has embossed on it: "55-135" and of course on the box and paperwork. When you look at the description of the lens, say online at B&H, it says: "35mm equivalent of 80-200mm". So I'm assuming they mean on a 'cropped' body of a TL or CL, it's an 80-200mm? If so, why is it labeled 55-135mm?
When I use it on my SL2 it automatically goes to APS-C mode, which I also understand, and the images are great. But what am I getting? A 55-135mm focal length, or an 80-200mm FL? I'm only interested in what it actually is on an SL2? If it is indeed, 80-200mm, why do they even designate the lens as: "55-135mm". When is it a 55-135mm lens? I'm confused on that.
Any help appreciated and sorry if this is a dumb question, I just don't understand it?