The revived Meyer-Optik-Gorlitz has been on a mission to bring innovative and high quality optics to the public in keeping with the companies long standing history of doing exactly that. They have recently launched a very successful Kickstarter campaign to bring back the Trioplan 100mm F2.8, a lens renowned for its rather interesting "Soap Bubble" bokeh.
Meyer-Optik-Gorlitz says that the aim of this lens is to be used more "as a special brush used by a painter, as it is a lens that creates art." Due to the unique bokeh effect, images take on a very smooth and ethereal background blur. This could prove to be a great lens for fine art and portrait photographers who are looking to coax a little more out of their bokeh.
The new Trioplan 100mm F2.8 will be available in Canon, Nikon, Fuji-X, M42, Sony E, and Micro-Four-Thirds mount. It is available at the time of writing on Kickstarter for the Early Bird special of $949.