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Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar Elmar f=9cm 1:4 is a portrait prime lens for Leica rangefinder cameras.
This is one of the first Leica lenses. Produced since 1931 through 1968 and has several versions.
In this review is «Black Belt» version, the most common, which was produced from 1949 to 1963 the most common.
Optical design of this version is 4 elements in 3 groups (Tessar type).
Focal length: 90mm
Aperture range: f/ 4 - f/ 32
Aperture blades: 15
Length (mm): 86
Weight (gr): 280
Filter Ø (mm.): 33