Meyer Optik Görlitz announces Trimagon 95mm F2.6 lens… also for Fuji X mount

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Meyer Optik Görlitz  launched the Trimagon 95mmF2.6 lens. It will be available also for Fuji X-mount. The lens is expected to ship in Summer 2016, but there is still no price available.

Check out the complete Fuji X Mount lenses available now (or soon) for your X-series camera here.

Technical specifications:
Aperture & Focal Length: f/2,6-22; 95 mm
Lens construction: 3 elements in 3 modules
Picture angle: 25 °
Filter Diameter: 52 mm

Characteristics:
Lens construction in classical triplet | 3 lenses / 3 groups
Iris diaphragm with 15 specially constructed aperture blades and special anti-reflective coating
Mounts: Canon, Nikon, Fuji X, SonyE, MFT, M42 and Leica M
Available from early summer 2016

via mirrorlessrumors

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  • Peter

    Three elements in three groups, doesn’t get much simpler than that; should be inexpensive to manufacture.

    • BWinkle J. Moose

      1930 called, they want their lens back.

      • Marc Grimm

        Hahaha now that’s pure gold :D

      • MickO

        That’s why it is so expensive… the time travel!

    • Peter

      I read somewhere that the company just bought the old Meyer Görlitz name and is now re-branding lenses from Chinese companies like Zhong Yi Optics and Russian manufacturers in slightly different housings and not quite so slightly different pricing.

      It’s pretty funny if you consider that they are asking about 1700€ for this, where you could just buy the Fuji XF 90mm f2 for 900€ that, judging by the samples, just destroys this in every respect.

  • Mistral75

    Price was announced in Germany: €1,699. Yes, 1,699, no typo, no joke from my side.

  • Marc Grimm

    Another way overpriced, overrated and underdesigned lens from that company. Like anyone sane would buy that.

    • BWinkle J. Moose

      Because it’s kind of cool looking, german branded, and expensive. For many that is the draw. Oh, I wish I could be one of them.

      • Marc Grimm

        Well I’m from Germany and I don’t think this “thing” represents the brand Made in Germany in any way. It’s an old design with 3 lens elements. So little to no research costs and very little costs for materials and yet such an inflated price tag. Sorry but as a German, I think such a brand behavior is an insult.

  • scopedude

    because it is sooo difficult to make a 3-element lens LOL

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