Leica’s SL lenses with L-Mount bayonets were originally designed for the SL full-frame mirrorless camera. Before the launch of the followup SL2 camera, the L-Mount Alliance was announced. This alliance saw Sigma and Panasonic adopt the Leica L-Mount for their forthcoming full-frame mirrorless cameras and lenses, which greatly increases the number of lenses that are available for Leica SL series cameras.
The following table contains the specifications for all of Leica’s own L-Mount lenses. This is a modest range of lenses but it covers a range of 16-280mm. Of course, thanks to the L-Mount Alliance, Leica SL users can also use L-Mount lenses from Panasonic and Sigma on their cameras, greatly increasing their choice and price options.
- You can also view a complete list of L-Mount lenses from Panasonic here.
If you are unfamiliar with the names and nomenclature that Leica use for their lenses, I suggest you also read our previous article entitled Leica Lens Terminology and Abbreviations.
Table of Contents
- Leica SL Lens Data Table
- Leica SL Lens Details
- Leica SL Prime Lenses
- Leica SL Zoom Lenses
Leica SL Lens Data Table
By default, lenses in the table are sorted by their widest focal length, placing wide-angle lenses at the top and super-telephoto lenses at the bottom.
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2 thoughts on “A Complete List of Leica SL L-Mount Lenses and Their Specifications”
Great article! Thank you Dan. How do I connect one of those L-mount SL lenses to a Sony FX6 camera?
I’m afraid there is no way to do that. The flange distance on Sony E-Mount and Leica S Mount are too similar. There simply isn’t enough room for anyone to create a small enough adapter.