Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz Trioplan 50mm f/2.9 Review

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Introduction

The Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz Trioplan 50mm f/2.9 is a modern standard prime version of the classic Trioplan f2.8/100 lens, known for its ‘soap bubble’ bokeh and sharp focus. This updated Trioplan optic is manufactured using high-end coated glass made by Schott, features an iris diaphragm of 12 steel blades for a near-circular aperture, has a minimum focuising distance of 25cm, and comes in 9 different mounts, including Canon, Fuji X, Nikon, M42, Micro Four Thirds, Sony E, Pentax K, Leica M and Leica TL. The Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz Trioplan 50mm f/2.9 lens costs €1,399.00.

Ease of Use

With a maximum diameter of 60mm and a length of 78mm, the Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz Trioplan 50mm f/2.9 is well-suited to Sony’s full-frame mirrorless camera bodies. Weighing in at around 220g, it’s a surprisingly light lens.

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