Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens for Leica M

Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens for Leica M

Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens for Leica M

B&H # MEG28100LLM MFR # MOG28100LLM
Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens for Leica M

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Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens for Leica M

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Product Highlights

  • Leica M-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/2.8 to f/22
  • Classic Triplet Optical Design
  • Coated Schott Optical Glass
  • Manual Focus Design
  • 15 AR-Coated Aperture Blades
  • Distinct Soap Bubble Bokeh
  • Titanium Anodized Aluminum Alloy Housing
  • Serialized, Limited Edition of 100
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Delivering an unmistakably distinct bokeh quality, the Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens from Meyer-Optik Gorlitz is an update and 100-year commemoration to a classic vintage optic, and is available here for Leica M-mount rangefinder cameras. The short telephoto focal length pairs with manual focus operation and an f/2.8 maximum aperture for working with selective focus and controlling depth of field, and a 15-blade diaphragm produces an especially smooth, round bokeh quality. In regard to image quality, a classic triplet optical design is used, which produces strong colors and high central sharpness, and also contributes to the distinct "soap bubble" bokeh that made this lens's predecessor so famous nearly a century ago. This modern version, however, uses coated Schott glass for increased contrast and color neutrality, and has a lightweight, durable aluminum alloy housing that has been finished with a unique titanium anodizing. This Titanium version is also part of a limited edition of 100 pieces, and has a unique serial number to appeal to collectors and photographers alike.

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the original Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 lens, this Titanium collector's version is serialized and available in a limited edition of 100. Distinguishing it from the standard version, this lens features a unique titanium anodized finish for enhanced durability and an aesthetic finish that is corrosion-resistant, able to withstand high-temperature environments, and less susceptible to showing signs of age or wear over time.
Short telephoto prime designed for full-frame and 35mm Leica M-mount rangefinder cameras. Due to the unique focal length of this lens, rangefinder focusing is not supported on Leica M-type cameras; manual focusing must be done using live view or zone focusing techniques.
Using a traditional triplet optical design, this three element, three group lens produces a uniquely classic image quality coupled with a distinct "soap bubble" bokeh quality.
Coated Schott glass is used for high clarity and contrast, as well as reduced lens flare and ghosting.
Manual focus design permits working with subjects as close as 3.3' away.
Fifteen diaphragm blades help produce an artistic and distinctly circular bokeh quality.
Anodized aluminum housing is both lightweight and durable, and also contributes to a smooth manual focusing action.
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Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 Titanium Lens for Leica M
  • Front and Rear Lens Caps
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Focal Length 100mm
    Aperture f/2.8 to f/22
    Camera Mount Type Leica M
    Format Compatibility 35mm film or digital full-frame sensor
    Minimum Focus Distance 3.3' / 1 m
    Elements/Groups 3 elements in 3 groups
    Diaphragm Blades 15
    Autofocus No; manual focus only
    Filter Thread 52 mm
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer

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