Leica's Ernst Leitz Wetzlar 135mm Telephoto Lens group - MIR Image Library

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Hektor 4.5/135mm; late chrome Hektor with screw mount, ; approx. Year: 1960
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E.Ernst Wetzlar Hektor 4.5/13.5cm Black Hektor with sharkskin leather with bakelite box;  approx. Year: 1948 E.Ernst Wetzlar Hektor 4.5/13.5cm Black Hektor with sharkskin leather with bakelite box; approx. Year: 1948

Hektor 4.5/135mm;  late chrome Hektor with screw mount, ; approx.  Year: 1960

Hektor 4.5/135mm; late chrome Hektor with screw mount, ; approx. Year: 1960

Hektor 2.8/135mm one of three prototypes (no.0000314-316) of this 135mm Hektor were produced in 1959. M39 screw mount for use with VISOFLEX II, partly in black paint, in very good condition, see: Wilhelm Albert, 'Geburtstage der Leitz-Foto-Konstruktionen

Hektor 2.8/135mm; one of three prototypes (no.0000314-316) of this 135mm Hektor were produced in 1959. M39 screw mount for use with VISOFLEX II, partly in black paint, in very good condition, see: Wilhelm Albert, 'Geburtstage der Leitz-Foto-Konstruktionen ab 1927', page 212; approx. Year: 1959; Serial no. 315

Prototype Hecktor f2.8/135mm, 1960


Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summar 6/135mm (135mm f/6) ; very rare and early Summar in pneumatic shutter, for Leitz

Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summar 6/135mm (135mm f/6) ; very rare and early Summar in pneumatic shutter, for Leitz

Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summar 6/135mm (135mm f/6) ; very rare and early Summar in pneumatic shutter, for Leitz "Handkamera'; approx. Year: c.1908 also please check 12cm f/4.5 SUMMAR

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Angenieux 3.5/135mm Type Y2, rare RF coupled lens for M39

Angenieux 3.5/135mm Type Y2, rare RF coupled lens for M39
Angenieux 3.5/135mm Type Y2, rare RF coupled lens for M39


Comparing some telephoto lenses by Leitz:-

Hektor 1.9/7.3cm (1933, black/chrome), Elmar 4/9cm (1932, 'Fat' Elmar in Feet), Elmar 4/9cm(1938, black/chrome in Feet), Elmar 4/9cm (1938, black/chrome), Elmar 4.5/13.5cm(1932, black/nickel ), Elmar 4.5/13.5cm (1935, black/chrome), Elmar 4.5/13.5cm(1937, black/chrome), Elmar 4.5/13.5cm(1938, black/chrome in Feet.






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Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 135mm f/4.0 coupled / Leica Screw Mount


Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 135mm f/4.0 coupled for Leica Screw Mount




Carl Zeiss 135mm f/4.5 Tessar in
LEICA screw mount

Carl Zeiss for LEICA screw mount 135mm f/4.5 Tessar


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