Lens-maker Meyer-Optik Goerlitz has unveiled a new portrait lens, the Trimagon 95mm f2.6-22.
Aimed at professional photographers, the Trimagon 95 offers a coating and body design that the company says helps to reduce unnecessary light flares and overexposed reflections, preserving natural skin tones.
Inside the Trimagon f/2.6 is what Meyer-Optik calls a triplet architecture with 3 elements in 3 assembly units, and a 15-blade design to help aid bokeh.
Handmade in Germany, the Trimagon f2.6/95 also features a high-index glass from Schott or O’Hara and is suitable for resolutions from 60 million pixels and even more.
Other features include an angle of view of 25 degrees and a filter diameter of 52mm.
The Trimagon f2.6/95 is priced at $1,699.