News |Meyer Optik releases Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II lens

Meyer Optik releases Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II lens

Meyer Optik releases Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II lens

Meyer Optik Görlitz has released a new version of its Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II, designed for portrait and nature photography,

The Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II joins the Trioplan 100 f2.8 II, Trioplan 50 f2.8 II and Lydith 30 f3.5 II lenses in Meyer Optik’s range of optics announced since the company re-emerged from administration.

The new Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II, like the three previous new lenses, is entirely made of metal and individually assembled by hand.

“We are very pleased to be able to release an absolute smash hit with the Primoplan 75 f1.9 II despite the currently tense situation. Primoplan 75 has always been one of the most sought-after and at the same time rarest lenses from Meyer Optik Görlitz”, says Timo Heinze, Managing Director OPC Optics.

“After it was discontinued in the middle/end of the 1950s, probably for political reasons and/or in favor of a market companion from Jena, Primoplan lenses that can be found today are traded at horrendous prices. With our new edition, we now offer the option to get a new, technically perfect, Primoplan 75 at a reasonable pricing.

In addition to the new Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II, Meyer Optik is also planning to launch the Primoplan 58 f1.9 II around mid January. More lenses are planned for 2021.


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