Meyer Optik Görlitz has announced all of its lenses are now available with native Canon RF and Nikon Z lens mount options and available to purchase starting today.
“The successful launch of Trioplan 100 f2.8 II and Trioplan 35 f2.8 II as native Nikon Z and Canon RF versions has shown us that there is a great demand for native Z and RF versions of our lenses, despite their very good adaptability,” says Timo Heinze, Managing Director Meyer Optik / OPC Optics.
“After an intensive preparation phase, which took quite a bit longer than usual due to the extremely volatile economic situation (capacity bottlenecks, lack of resources, extreme price & availability fluctuations for raw materials, etc.), we are now especially happy about the completion of the new versions of our lenses.”
While Meyer Optik Görlitz’s Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 II and Trioplan 35mm f/2.8 II lenses were released with native Canon RF and Nikon Z mount options, its prior four lenses weren’t. It appears sales have done well enough, However, Meyer Optik Görlitz is going back and offering Canon RF and Nikon Z mount options for its Primoplan 58 f/1.9 II, Primoplan 75 f/1.9 II, Lydith 30 f/3.5 II, and Trioplan 50 f/2.8 II lenses.
The company says that it is in the final production steps of the Biotar 58mm f/1.5 II and that it should be available to purchase within the next four weeks. Meyer Optik Görlitz also says the production of the Biotar 75 f/1.5 II was started in parallel, but the current parts and materials availability has led to considerable delays in that project which has pushed the release date beyond September of 2022.
“For both lenses, the preceding prototype tests have created a particularly high level of anticipation, as the results surpass the historical originals while retaining the popular image styles. In addition, new lenses are in planning/development and will be released early next year,” the company says.
More info on Meyer Optik Görlitz’s website.