Meyer Optik Görlitz is expanding its Primoplan portfolio with the Primoplan 58 f1.9 II.
With Primoplan 75 f1.9 II, a true legend returns to the portfolio of Meyer Optik Görlitz today. Following the successful releases of Trioplan 100 f2.8 II, Trioplan 50 f2.8 II and Lydith 30 f3.5 II, this new lens heralds the start of the Primoplan series.
Like the two lenses already published, the optical design of the Trioplan 50 f2.8 II has been significantly optimized.
The new Lydith 30 f3.5 II comes with a completely new mechanical design and revised optical design. With the Lydith 30 f3.5 II, OPC Optics now releases one of the sharpest and highest-contrast lenses of Meyer Optiks historical portfolio.
The Trioplan 100 f2.8 II is now available being the first revised historical lens from Meyer Optik Görlitz after the takeover of the traditional brand by the optics specialist OPC from Bad Kreuznach.
After the brand acquisition at the end of 2018 and an extensive reorganization, new versions of the historic lenses and future visions will be presented at Photokina 2020 in Cologne.
Meyer Optik is pushing the revision and optimization of its existing portfolio and has already completed its first projects. The developments are thus on schedule and the first Meyer Optik lenses developed and produced by OPC will be available in late summer 2019.
It has been a while since the press release in December 2018 announcing the takeover of the brand, but this time has been used intensively to analyze the existing products, identify improvements and carefully plan and implement the company’s next steps.
OPC Optical Precision Components Europe GmbH based in Bad Kreuznach acquires the trademark rights to Meyer Optik Görlitz from the insolvent net SE and SEMI Verwaltung GmbH. With the takeover of Meyer Optik Görlitz, the specialist for aspherical and spherical glass lenses now also opens up the consumer market for itself.