Modern Version of the Primpolan 75/f1.9 Now Available for Pre-Order

Wonder Bokeh” Lens Could Be Available by December

Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz announced today that the modern version of its legendary Primpolan 75mm f/1.9 art lens is now available for pre-order on its website .

Serial production of the Primoplan 75 is beginning, with the lens expected to start shipping in December in time for the holiday season.

A very limited amount of  the first lenses out of production will go to fulfill pledges for Meyer-Optik’s current  Kickstarter campaign , which allows backers to package the Primpolan 75 with the Primoplan 58/f1.9 for $1,599, which is more than 50 percent off what it will cost to buy the lenses at retail value. The limited offer will never be made again and is exclusive to its backers, the company says.

Meyer-Optik’s Kickstarter, which has raised more than $700,00 in pledges, ends Oct. 12.

The Primoplan 75, last produced in the 1950s, maintain the classic sharpness and versatile bokeh that vintage enthusiasts love while incorporating modern technological advances for today’s DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. The lens, hand-crafted and made in Germany, is available in all major mounts.

To see the press kit, click here.

In Europe: Dr.Stefan Immes at  immes@netag.de
In North America: Joe Newman at  joseph.f.newman@gmail.com  and  +1 202-445-1391

About Meyer-Optik Görlitz

A brand with a proud tradition and reputation for exceptional products, Meyer-Optik-Görlitz started manufacturing innovative, high-quality lenses in Germany in 1896.  In 2014, net SE revived the traditional spirit of the lenses once known throughout the world and started developing new lenses under the Meyer-Optik-Görlitz brand in Germany. Manufacturing handmade lenses started in 2015 with first generation prototypes.  Serial production began in early 2016.

In May 2015, net SE created a new subsidiary, Meyer-Optik USA Inc. headquartered in Atlanta, GA. Meyer-Optik USA is online at http://www.meyer-optik-goerlitz.com and on Facebook and Twitter. 

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