Leica grows the SL lens library with a new 75mm and 90mm prime lenses

Designed for the perfect portrait.
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Leica SL owners chomping at the bit for new prime lenses have two new options to add to their camera kit. Leica is releasing 75mm f/2 and a 90mm f/2 SL mount prime lenses that join the 35mm and 50mm. Designed for a variety of photography styles, but best designed for portraiture, the low-light-friendly lenses feature a faster autofocus system, a shorter close focusing limit, and high-quality lens coatings to help greatly reduce reflections and flares. 

Both lenses will be available this February. 

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