There’s a cool lens coming for Sony E-mount that brings back Soap Bubble Bokeh for the Digital Age!
The soap bubble bokeh of the legendary Meyer Optik Trioplan is coming back preserving the charm of the original Trioplan while updating it for the digital age. Check out the fully-funded Meyer Optik Trioplan Kickstarter Campaign for your chance to order one of these beauties for your mirrorless camera or DSLR.
Prototype Meyer Optik Trioplan shows the soap bubble Bokeh the legendary lens is known for.
The soap bubble bokeh and use of blur adds a flavor of abstractness to this picture.
â€¢ Focal Distance 100 mm
â€¢ Maximum Aperture 1:2.8
â€¢ Focusing Distance 1 m
â€¢ View Angle +/- 12Â° (full format equivalent 24 x 36)
â€¢ Filter 52 mm
â€¢ Number of aperture blades: 15
â€¢ Available mounts: Canon, Fuji X, M42, Micro-Four-Thirds, Nikon and Sony E
The new Trioplan is compatible with APS-C and full format cameras.
The original Trioplan was created by Hugo Meyer in 1916. It was based on the Cooke-Triplet, designed by Harold Dennis Taylor in 1893.
Construction draft of the new Trioplan f2.8/100
Trioplan’s 15 steel aperture blades creates the soap bubble bokeh.