Leica S lenses
Leica APO Macro-Summarit S 120mm f/2.5 CS $5900 USD
Leica Vario-Elmar S 30-90 f3.5-5.6 ASPH $7200 USD
Selling these two lenses. Both have limited use, perhaps 300 on the 120, and 600 on the 30-90. There is plenty of information out there on both. No need to repeat what has already been said. My three years with the S2P has been both challenging and successful. My primary observation is that sufficient shutter speed and plenty of light are needed, as circumstances require. Sometimes a monopod and/or flash is needed. I had difficulty finding fault with the 30-90. I had to work hard to find the soft corners. This was more than made up by the usefulness of one lens with huge range. The 120 deserves the high praise it gets. Both complete with boxes, pouches, front and rear caps, and everything as new.
I am going to add the Leica SE and the S 45 CS soon. Currently using the HCD 28/4, HTS 1.5, S 70CS, HC 100/2.2, and the S 180.
I will provide pictures and references for serious inquiries. Prices do not include fees (if any) and shipping.
Re: Leica S lenses
Bump and Clarification:
I stated in the for sale that I was "going to add the Leica SE and the Leica S 45 CS", when I should have written I am "going to purchase the Leica SE and the S 45 CS" That means I will own both the S2P and SE (006). The only reason to sell these two outstanding lenses was to create a little more room in the treasury department for those purchases. I should have been more careful in how I wrote the ad. At the current price point to get into the Leica S camera system, for those who can use it successfully, is an opportunity. I refuse to say that it better than other options, but I continue to be impressed with the knock your socks off prints possible with this system, especially BW prints with Piezogrphy.
Re: Leica S lenses
The Leica Vario-Elmar S 30-90 f3.5-5.6 ASPH $7200 USD is still for sale.
The Leica APO Macro-Summarit S 120mm f/2.5 CS is sold.