Category Archives: Meyer Optik Görlitz

First pictures of the new Meyer Optik Görlitz lenses

Meyer Optik Görlitz sent me pictures of their new lenses (see this post for more details). The company confirmed to me that the outer housing of Trioplan 100 II has changed just slightly while most of the changes are inside the lens. The outer design of all other lenses (T50, Lydith, etc.) is completely new:

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Meyer Optik Görlitz is back with three new and improved lenses

Meyer Optik Görlitz is back with three new (version II) lenses: “We are currently revising the entire portfolio and are expected to release the first optimized lens at the end of November. This is the Trioplan 100 f2.8 II. The other lenses such as Trioplan 50, Lydith 30 or Primoplan 75 will follow (presumably) in […]

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Meyer Optik Görlitz is coming back to life with several new and improved lenses

Meyer Optik Görlitz is coming back to life with plans to optimize existing lenses and release new editions. Here are some of the new lenses they are working on: Primagon 50 f/2 (to be announced first later this year) New Trioplan 100 II version Trioplan 50 / 35+ Lydith 30 Primoplan 58 / 75 Plus […]

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Meyer Optik Görlitz website relaunched under new ownership, admits that previous products were converted Russian and/or Chinese lenses

Today Meyer Optik Görlitz relaunched their website. In the press release, the new owners admitted that some of the lenses sold under the Meyer Optic Görlitz brand (Somnium and Nocturnus) were actually converted Russian and/or Chinese lenses and not “Made in Germany” as advertised: “In the course of the analysis of the last available portfolio […]

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The Meyer Optik Görlitz lens brand is coming back to life under new ownership

A few months ago NetSE, the company behind the Meyer Optik Görlitz, Emil Busch A.-G. Rathenau, Oprema Jena, C.P. Goerz, Ihagee Elbaflex and A. Schacht brands filed for bankruptcy. Today the German company OPC Optics (Precision Components Europe GmbH) announced that they have acquired the trademark rights to Meyer Optik Görlitz at the insolvency procedure of NetSE in Koblenz. The new owners intend to enter […]

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The insolvency procedure has started for NetSE, the company behind Meyer Optik Görlitz, Emil Busch, Oprema Jena, C.P. Goerz, Ihagee Elbaflex & A. Schacht

The insolvency procedure has started for NetSE, the company behind Meyer Optik Görlitz, Emil Busch, Oprema Jena, C.P. Goerz, Ihagee Elbaflex & A. Schacht (see previous blog posts). If you have paid for a lens on Kickstarter and have not received it, I think the changes are very slim that you will get anything back. […]

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More on the net SE bankruptcy (the company behind Meyer Optik Görlitz, Emil Busch, Oprema Jena, C.P. Goerz, Ihagee Elbaflex & A. Schacht)

Since my original report on the bankruptcy of the German group net SE (they are behind the Meyer Optik Görlitz, Emil Busch A.-G. Rathenau, Oprema Jena, C.P. Goerz, Ihagee Elbaflex and A. Schacht brands), I contacted the company with some questions but I have not received an answer yet. I do however have a report from somebody who was close to all the funding projects […]

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