Leica digital mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor and interchangeable lenses

About Leica APS-C

About digital mirrorless cameras Leica APS-C

Leica 'T' or 'L' mount digital mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor:

  1. Leica BILLION, April 2014
  2. Leica tlNovember 2016
  3. Leica TL2, July 2017
  4. Leica CLNovember 2017

The Leica T mount was renamed the Leica L mount, and the cropped ELMAR-T and SUMMICRON-T lenses for this mount were also renamed 'TL'.

LEICA T and LEICA TL lenses with 'T' or 'L' mount for cameras with APS-C sensor:

  1. LEICA ELMARIT-TL 1: 2.8 / 18 ASHP.
  2. LEICA SUMMICRON-TL 1: 2 / 23 ASHP. (renamed Leica SUMMICRON-T 1: 2/23 ASPH.)
  3. LEICA SUMMILUX-TL 1: 1.4 / 35 ASHP.
  4. LEICA APO-MACRO-ELMARIT-TL 1: 2.8 / 60 ASHP.
  5. LEICA SUPER-VARIO-ELMAR-TL 1:3.5-4.5/11-23 ASPH. (renamed Leica SUPER-VARIO-ELMAR-T 1:3.5-4.5/11-23 ASPH.)
  6. LEICA VARIO-ELMAR-TL 1:3.5-5.6/18-56 ASPH. (renamed Leica VARIO-ELMAR-T 1:3.5-5.6/18-56 ASPH.)
  7. LEICA APO-VARIO-ELMAR-TL 1:3.5-4.5/55-135 ASPH. (renamed Leica APO-VARIO-ELMAR-T 1:3.5-4.5/55-135 ASPH.)

Also for these cameras are produced autofocus lenses from the Sigma company: 16 / 1.4 DC DN C, 30 / 1.4 DC DN C, 56 / 1.4 DC DN C, 18-50 / 2.8 DC DN C... Sigma is located in the Leica L alliance.

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Comments: 17, on the topic: Leica digital mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor and interchangeable lenses

  • Oleg

    This is a note for anyone, there are none here

    • Arkady Shapoval

      For me. I had to dig into what this T / TL / TL2 / CL is and for whom does Sigma release its lens for cropped cameras. After all, Panasonic and Sigma only make full-frame L-mount cameras.

      • Michael

        And what kind of TL2? It is not clear from the notes)

        • Arkady Shapoval

          Leica TL2 is the name of the camera

    • Zheka

      And what exactly does not suit you.

  • Jea reth

    And still, the watering can so tightly secured the image of the creators of rangefinder cameras that any other non-measuring watering can, in my opinion, looks like something terribly uninteresting

    • Sergei

      the watering can, in principle, is not very interesting, except perhaps for several of their sensors

      • Jea reth

        I think we are about different things. In practice, sensors and their features do not interest me at all. DD would be enough without dancing with a tambourine - and okay.
        But the almost “manual autofocus” of rangefinder cameras is already interesting from the point of view of experience in general and the approach to taking a picture in particular.
        And a minimum of controls with good functionality is also interesting.
        Leica M Monochrome - that's what interests me. Because Leica M, and because Monochrome)

    • Andrei

      Read / look about Fujifilm X100v, maybe you will find this half-range finder interesting ;-)

      • Sergei

        I have fujik, but not x100v. I'm talking about the very ideology of the watering can, there is nothing wrong with rangefinder cameras, but they can also be interesting. Fuji's xpro line is much more interesting from the point of view of user experience, and this is also a type of half-range meter, even if aps. It is generally better to keep silent about manual lenses of a watering can for thousands of dollars.

      • Jea reth

        I owned the X100 for a while.
        They are completely different with a watering can, and in general they have nothing to do with any rangefinders. X100 is more of a digital scale, which, by the way, does it honor. The optical viewfinder does not make the camera look like a rangefinder - only the rangefinder combined with this viewfinder does)

  • Victor

    I wonder what prevented Sigma from re-releasing the L-mount SD Quattro while the full-frame Foveon fails?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Apparently microlenses for oblique beams of the bzk just don't integrate

    • Zheka

      By the way, if these Foveon sigma were mirrorless or some kind of traditional mount, even ef, I would have bought it for myself. And so this optics sa-mount will stop, which then you will not sell to anyone if you get bored

      • Oleg

        Yes, sigma has more minuses than pluses: auto focus, software, camera slowness, incomprehensible bayonet; of the pluses, only an interesting color; I doubt that they will ever release a full frame. All this for a narrow circle of fans who will not recoup the production.

        • Arkady Shapoval

          Most likely, they will release it, there will be an L mount, there are already a lot of optics for it and almost everything in the world adapts there

          • Zheka

            Yes, at least l-mount, or even micro4 / 3, which is widespread, like, bought a cheap Chinese lens, took it off, didn't go, sold it))

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