As most Leica aficionados know, many of the most desirable lenses are very difficult to get. I am going to throw this out there as a blatant “we’ve got it!”
We have in stock a black Tri-Elmar-M 16-18-21mm f/4 ASPH. With its impressive angle of view of 107°, minimal distortion and barely perceptible field curvature, it can be recommended for highly demanding architecture photography even at the 16 mm setting. The ultra compact shape is achieved by incorporating two aspherical elements. The internal focusing significantly enhances the quality in the close-focus range through an adoption of the floating element technology. Extreme field depth can be achieved from a distance of 1 foot to ∞ by using the hyper-focal technique.
Also available is a Summilux-M 35 mm f/1.4 ASPH. The newest Summilux now incorporates a floating element: the lenses behind the aperture blades are constructed as a floating group that changes its position relative to the front lens group during focusing to ensure that the Leica Summilux-M 1:1.4/35 mm ASPH. achieves outstanding imaging performance at closer focusing distances. The lens hood has also been redesigned. The full-metal, rectangular, screw-mount lens hood contributes significantly to the compact dimensions of the lens.
The optical design of the Leica Summilux-M 35 mm f/1.4 ASPH. has also been optimised for use on the digital Leica M models. It reveals the full extent of its outstanding performance particularly when mounted on the Leica M9.
I haven’t seen any of these lenses for quite some time. First come, first served.