Summicron-M 2,0/35mm silver chrome 1. series
The Summicron-M 2/35mm was introduced in 1979 as the fourth version (order no. 11310) in black chrome finish and has gained an outstanding reputation until its production end in 1996.
The optical performance is excellent even on modern digital Leica M cameras such as the M10 or M10-P. Many users especially praise the bokeh of this lens as one of its outstanding features.
During the production period, there were only minor changes in detail and a fairly manageable number of special models. These include, among others, the variants with "Leica 1913-1983" engraving.
From 1992, the first production lots were produced in silver chrome finish. However, this version was not officially available until 1993.
From the silver chromed version, only a maximum of 6,000 pieces were built, making this lens very popular among collectors.
For sale is a nearly mint condition Summicron-M 2/35mm from the year of 1992. It is the 14th produced lens in silver chrome finish and comes from the first batch!
The lens will be delivered including matching lens hood (with early order no.) and the original leather case.
Total production: ony approx. 6.000 units in silver chrome
Rarity forecast: R8
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