Leica SF20

Leica SF20 features Angle of Coverage 63° (35mm lens in 35mm format), 84° (24mm) with wideangle diffuser, Auto Distance Range 23′ (7.0 m), 11′ (3.4 m) , 5.7′ (1.7 m); Auto f/Stops f/2.8, 5.6 & 11; TTL Dedication if used on R8 & M6 TTL; Recycle Time 5 Seconds. The Leica SF20 measures 2.6 x 4.3 x 1.6″ (66 x 109 x 41mm) and weighs 0.38 lb (170 g).

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Features & Specifications

Leica SF20 Features & Specifications

The compact and lightweight LEICA SF20 allows TTL-flash exposure control with the LEICA R8 or R9 as well as the LEICA M6 or M7 TTL-models plus automatic flash exposure control with all other LEICA M and R cameras with central X hot-shoe contact.

• All neccessary information such as film speed, aperture and distance is available in the LCD which can be illuminated on demand. Thanks to the two longlife Lithium batteries CR 123 a very compact design, fast recharging times, and a high number of flashes could be realised.

• In the TTL- and A-modes the flash indicator in the viewfinders of the LEICA R8, R9 and the LEICA M6 or M7 TTL-models enables the photographer to check the correct flash exposure immediately.

• Leica photographers’ creative ambitions are satisfied by the option to utilize the flash exposure compensation feature.

• In the TTL- and A-modes corrections of +/- 3 EV and 0 to -3 EV respectively are possible.

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