Meyer Görlitz Primoplan 1,9 58 mm NB, 1950

The Primoplan is a lens made by Meyer Görlitz in the mid-1930s. After the development of the Macro Plasmat, it became a popular and, above all, a cheaper version of this exceptional design. Based on the optical base of the Plasmat, a lens has been developed with one less lens, allowing for a more economical design to be sold.

Meyer Gorlitz Primoplan 19 58 mm NB 1950 2

Optical performance suffered only slightly, so the Primoplan was a success from the outset and was produced in several focal lengths. The 5-element construct is associated with a Cook triplet, which is available in many variants.

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Data: 5 elements, Exakta bayonet, normal aperture 1,9-22, viewing angle 40 °, filter thread 40,5 mm, MDF from 0,7 m.

Meyer Görlitz Primoplan 1,9 58 mm NB, 1950 sample photo

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