Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 ELMAR short telephoto lens


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E.Leitz Elmar 1:4 f=9cm   black/chrome. In a very early ELANG-KUP. Approx. Year: 1933
E.Leitz Elmar 1:4 f=9cm black/chrome. In a very early ELANG-KUP. Approx. Year: 1933

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E.Leitz Elmar 1:4 f=9cm  black/chrome w/ELANG with cap. Approx. Year: 1938
E.Leitz Elmar 1:4 f=9cm black/chrome w/ELANG with cap. Approx. Year: 1938

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E.Leitz Elmar 1:4 f=9cm  black/chrome w/ELANG  Approx. Year: 1938
E.Leitz Elmar 1:4 f=9cm black/chrome w/ELANG with cap. Approx. Year: 1938

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Ernst Leitz Wetzlar ELMAR 9cm 1:4 war time model
Ernst Leitz Wetzlar ELMAR 9cm 1:4 war time model with Bakelite accessories

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A quick spec. sheet:

Marketed: 1931~1931
Focal Length: 9cm (90mm)
Mount: LEICA SM
Min. Focusing Distance: approx. 1m (3ft)
Minimum / Maximum Aperture: f/36(f/32 N)~f/4.0
Filter Attachament Size: E39
Weight: approx. 240/300g

A rare, all chrome version of Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens

Special" Leica SM 90/4 "Really All Chrome" Elmar telephoto lens.
A special, really all Chrome version compare normal the rare all chrome version,front cleaning mark

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A rare, all chrome version of Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
Front lens element of a  rare, all chrome version of Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens

Side view of a  rare, all chrome version of Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
Comparing lens tubes of two versions of  Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
Comparing two versions of  Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
Comparing front lesn tube/barrel of two versions of  Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens


Chrome version of Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens with original lens case

Lens barrel of a Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
A rare, collectible Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:2.2 THAMBAR portrait telephoto lens
Front lens element of a Leica Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar short telephoto lens
Leica/Leitz Elmar all-chrome 1:4 f=9cm. A rare all-chrome version of the Elmar 9cm, w/ black bakelite keeper. Approx. Year: 1947
Leica/Leitz Elmar all-chrome 1:4 f=9cm. A rare all-chrome version of the Elmar 9cm, w/ black bakelite keeper. Approx. Year: 1947

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Ernst Leitz Wetzlar ELMAR 9cm 1:4 (1952 model) telephoto lens
with leatherette rear ring section.

Leitz ELMAR 9cm f/4 cut away model, 1954

"... Leitz Elmar 9cm/4 for Leica screw mount with plastic keeper and front cap. Serial number: 1036791, made in 1952. This is the "white-face" version of this lens.." Nettax Ebay auction.

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a metal lenscap covered Leica SM rangefinder (RF) chrome version of Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar (a Nettax picture)


Side panel of lens barrel of a Leica SM rangefinder (RF) chrome version of Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar (a Nettax picture)
Lovely view of a Leica SM rangefinder (RF) chrome version of Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar (a Nettax picture)

Rear metal lens mount section of Leica SM rangefinder (RF) chrome version of Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar (a Nettax picture)
Front view with lens element and lens coating reflection  of  a 1952 Leica SM rangefinder (RF) chrome version of Ernst Leitz Wetzlar f=9cm 1:4.0 Elmar (a Nettax picture)


Collapsible ELMAR 90mm f/4 for LEica M series rangefinder cameras
Camparing earlier SM versions with this Collapsible Leitz ELMAR 90mm1:4 for Leica M Series rangefinder cameras

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Ernst Leitz Wetzlar "FAT" Elmar

LEICA SM lenses at 9cm (90mm) focal length:
Velostigmat 9cm f/4.5 | ELMARIT 90mm f/2.8 | THAMBAR 90mm f/2.2 | ELMAR (FAT) / ELMAR 90mm f/4.0
SOOZI Summicron 9cm f/2.0 | SEOOF Summicron 90mm f/2.0

Hektor 7.3cm f/1.9 | SUMMAREX 85mm f/1.5

RELATIVE:
Nikon
RF Nikkor 8.5cm f/2.0 / f/1.5 versions | Contax Carl Zeiss 85mm Telephoto lenses | Canon RF 85mm lens group

| Leica/Leitz | Contax/Zeiss | Nippon Kogaku-Nikon/Nikkor | Seiki Kogaku/Canon |

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