Leica I, Leica II and Leica III  Screw Mount (LTM) Cameras, Lenses and Accessories:

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Leica-Leitz Summarit 5cm f1.5 SN-740854 Circa 1949

Similar in most respects to the Xenon model above from where it takes its design concept. Soft and very low contrast wide open, but excellent stopped down a bit. Also known for flaring similar to the Xenon so using a hood or your hand to protect from the sun would help.

Ours is in fine shape, about EX+++ for the barrel, and EX++ for the glass which has a bit of haze, dust, and cleaning marks, but no major scratches or fungus. Comes in its Leica tube, without caps but I have purchased a very nice Leica Yellow Grad filter (EX+++) for it which I will include with the set as protection for the lens. Or if you prefer I also have the similar UVa filter. This lens would make a fine addition to you LTM system camera.


Leitz Leica Elmar 5cm f2.8 SN-1625585
​Circa 1958

This beautiful lens is in Near Mint condition. These lenses take great photographs but are noted by some to be excellent stopped down a bit rather than used wide open. This example is very clean throughout, barrel and glass show very few signs of use. It comes with Leica original caps and I have added a nice Leica UVa filter for protection. A great lightweight lens to use on any of your LTM system cameras.


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Leitz Elmar 50mm f3.5, Nickel, SN-139028 Circa 1930

We had purchased this old beauty thinking it would be a nice fit for our Leica 1a at the top of this page, but as the camera does not take the standard LTM thread I am posting it here in the hope that some Leicaphile will keep using it. As you can see in the photos, it has seen more than a fair share of use, but the glass is in very good shape so it is a long way from being out of service. Note that this is a "standardized" lens, see the 'o' on the rotating barrel near the infinity lock. Also see an actual photo (flowers) taken with this lens. And only a rear cap on this one, no front cap.