L-Mount Lenses

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There are currently 82 native lenses from Leica, Sigma, Panasonic and Samyang available for the L-Mount (as of 04/2024). Third party lenses outside of the L-Mount Alliance are not included in these numbers. Among those 82 native lenses, there are 69 lenses for full frame sensors and 13 lenses for APS-C sensors.

There are adapters available for Leica M-, S- and R-Mount lenses. Additionally there are adapters from Sigma for Canon EF and for Sigma SA lenses and other adapters from companies like Novoflex etc. available.


Sigma TC-1411 (1.4x)
Sigma TC-2011 (2x)
Panasonic DMW-STC14 (1.4x)
Panasonic DMW-STC20 (2x)
Leica Extender L 1.4x Teleconverter

Third party lenses are offered from various brands. In most cases without AF.:

    • Laowa L lenses
    • The 7Artisans lenses L
    • Kipon lenses L
    • Lensbaby L lenses
    • Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Lydith lenses
    • TTArtisan L lenses
    • The Meike lenses L
    • The Nisi lenses L

As of 02/2024, there are around 50 lenses from third party manufacturers. If you add these to the native lenses listed in the table below, you end up with over 120 lenses for the L-Mount system. Impressive!

Focal LengthApertureBrandZoom / FFLFF / APS-CWeight (g)FilterSize DxL (mm)Year
14/1.4 DG DN Art1.4SigmaFFLFF1,170n/a101.4x149.92023
14/1.8 DG HSM Art*1.8SigmaFFLFF1,170n/a95x1262017
14-24/2.8 DG DN Art2.8SigmaZoomFF795n/a85x1312019
14-24/2.8 Super Vario Elmarit Asph.2.8LeicaZoomFF855n/a131x852023
14-28/4-5.6 Macro4.0-5.6PanasonicZoomFF3457784x902023
15/1.4 Fisheye DG DN Art1.4SigmaFFLFF1,360n/a104x1582024
16-28/2.8 DG DN2.8SigmaZoomFF4507277x1012022
16-35/3.5-4.5 Asph. Super-Vario-Elmar-SL3.5-4.5LeicaZoomFF9908288x1232018
16-35/4.0 S Pro4.0PanasonicZoomFF5007785x1002020
17/4.0 DG DN4.0SigmaFFLFF2255564x48.82023
18/1.8 S1.8PanasonicFFLFF3406774x822022
20/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF950n/a91x1302015
20/2.0 DG DN 2.0SigmaFFLFF3706270x722022
20-60/3.5-5.6 S3.5-5.6PanasonicZoomFF3506777x872020
21/2.0 Super Apo Summicron Asph.2.0LeicaFFLFF7896773x1022023
24/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF6657785x902015
24/1.8 S1.8PanasonicFFLFF3106774x822021
24/2.0 DG DN 2.0SigmaFFLFF3656270x722021
24-70/2.8 S Pro2.8PanasonicZoomFF9358291x1402019
24-70/2.8 Asph. Vario Elmarit-SL2.8LeicaZoomFF8658288x1232021
24-70/2.8 DG DN Art2.8SigmaZoomFF8358288x1232019
24-90/2.8-4 Asph. Vario-Elmarit-SL2.8-4.0LeicaZoomFF1,1408288x1382015
24/3.5 DG DN3.5SigmaFFLFF2305564x492021
24-105/4.0 Macro O.I.S. S4.0PanasonicZoomFF6807784x1182019
28/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF8657783x1082019
28/2.0 Asph. SL2.0LeicaFFLFF7006773x1022021
28-70/2.8 DG DN2.8SigmaZoomFF4706772x1022021
28-200/4.0-7.1 Macro OIS4.0-7.1PanasonicZoomFF4136777x932024
35/1.2 DG DN Art1.2SigmaFFLFF1,0908288x1362019
35/1.4 DG DN Art1.4SigmaFFLFF6456776x1102021
35/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF6656777x942013
35/1.8 S1.8PanasonicFFLFF2956774x822021
35/2.0 Asph. APO-Summicron-SL2.0LeicaFFLFF7206773x1022019
35/2.0 Asph. Summicron-SL2.0LeicaFFLFF4006775x832023
35/2.0 DG DN2.0SigmaFFLFF3255870x652020
35-150/2.0-2.8 L AF2.0-2.8SamyangZoomFF1,2248293x1572024
40/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF1,2008288x1312018
45/2.8 DG DN 2.8SigmaFFLFF2155564x462019
50/1.2 DG DN Art1.2SigmaFFLFF7457281x1092024
50/1.4 Asph. Summilux-SL1.4LeicaFFLFF1,0658288x1242017
50/1.4 S Pro1.4PanasonicFFLFF9557790x1302019
50/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF8157785x1002015
50/1.4 DG DN Art1.4SigmaFFLFF6707278x1112023
50/1.8 S1.8PanasonicFFLFF3006774x822021
50/2.0 DG DN2.0SigmaFFLFF3505870 x 682023
50/2.0 Asph. APO-Summicron-SL2.0LeicaFFLFF7406773x1022019
50/2.0 Asph. Summicron-SL2.0LeicaFFLFF4026775x832023
65/2.0 DG DN2.0SigmaFFLFF4106272x752020
70/2.8 DG Macro Art*2.8SigmaFFLFF5154971x1302018
70-200/2.8 O.I.S. S Pro2.8PanasonicZoomFF1,5708284x2092020
70-200/F2.8 DG DN OS Sports2.8SigmaZoomFF1,3457791x2052023
70-200/4.0 O.I.S. S Pro4.0PanasonicZoomFF9857784x1792019
70-300/4.5-5.6 Macro O.I.S. S4.5-5.6PanasonicZoomFF7907784x1482021
75/2.0 Asph. APO-Summicron-SL2.0LeicaFFLFF7206773x1022018
85/1.4 DG DN Art1.4SigmaFFLFF6307783x942020
85/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF1,1308695x1262016
85/1.8 S1.8PanasonicFFLFF3556774x822020
90/2.0 Asph. APO-Summicron-SL2.0LeicaFFLFF7006773x1022018
90/2.8 DG DN2.8SigmaFFLFF2955564x602021
90-280/2.8-4.0 APO-Vario-Elmarit-SL2.8-4.0LeicaZoomFF1,8508288x2382016
100/2,8 Macro2.8PanasonicFFLFF2986774x822024
100-400/5.0-6.3 DG DN OS5.0-6.3SigmaZoomFF1,4706786x1992020
105/1.4 DG HSM Art*1.4SigmaFFLFF1,645105116x1322018
105/2.8 DG DN Art Macro2.8SigmaFFLFF7156274x1342020
135/1.8 DG HSM Art*1.8SigmaFFLFF1,13082102x1142017
500/5.6 DG DN OS Sports5.6SigmaFFLFF1,37095108x2352024
100-400/5.0-6.3 Vario Elmar5.0-6.3 LeicaZoomFF1,5308288x1972023
150-600/5.0-6.3 DG DN OS5.0-6.3SigmaZoomFF2,10095109x2632021
60-600/4.5-6.3 DG DN OS Sports4.5-6.3SigmaZoomFF2,495105118x2792023
10-18/2.8 DC DN2.8SigmaZoomAPS-C2606772x622023
16/1.4 DC DN1.4SigmaFFLAPS-C4056772x922017
18/2.8 Asph. Elmarit-TL2.8LeicaFFLAPS-C803962x212017
23/1.4 DC DN1.4SigmaFFLAPS-C3405266x772023
23/2.0 Asph. Summicron-TL2.0LeicaFFLAPS-C1545263x372014
30/1.4 DC DN1.4SigmaFFLAPS-C2645266x742016
35/1.4 Asph. Summilux-TL1.4LeicaFFLAPS-C4286070x772016
56/1.4 DC DN1.4SigmaFFLAPS-C2805567x602018
60/2.8 Asph. APO-Macro-Elmarit-TL2.8LeicaFFLAPS-C3306068x892016
11-23/3.5-4.5 Asph. Super-Vario-Elmar-TL3.5-4.5LeicaZoomAPS-C3616786x972015
18-50/2.8 DC DN2.8SigmaZoomAPS-C2905565x752021
18-56/3.5-5.6 Asph. Vario-Elmar-TL3.5-5.6LeicaZoomAPS-C2565263x602014
55-135/3.5-4.5 Asph. APO-Vario-Elmar-TL3.5-4.5LeicaZoomAPS-C4966068x1102015

*= Sigma lenses with an asterix behind the word “Art” were originally designed for DSLRs, i.e. for Canon, Nikon, Sony etc. Now these 11 Art lenses are also available with L-Mount. But it is still the “old” design. They get replaced time after time with new lens designs, which are made specifically for mirrorless cameras. Sigma calls these new mirrorless designs “DN” (digital native).

Sigma lenses, which were originally designed for DSLRs are very often bigger and heavier than similar “DN” lenses, because there is more space needed between lens and sensor for the mirrorbox.

Sigma calls fullframe lenses “DG” and lenses designed for APS-C sensors “DC”.  You can compare this easily in the table above. See also the explanation on the Sigma website for more details.


This is only an overview about this new L-Mount alliance and its current status quo, because it is very hard to get these information on the official websites of the different companies. There simply does not exist an easy to understand overview about all native L-Mount lenses from Sigma, Panasonic and Leica on one page. If you have more questions or if you want to meet other L-Mount users, feel free to join our L-Mount Forum.