Meyer Optik Görlitz has staged a pretty aggressive comeback with their art lenses and now the company is pushing out their latest model, the Lydith 30mm f3.5. The company is calling it one of their "sharpest and most contrasty" lenses ever and more importantly it delivers the signature bokeh that the lenses have become known for. The lens has a close focusing distance of .16m and is built with Schott and O'Hara lenses that feature a special coating to enhance the durability of the glass.
Hasselblad announces four new lenses for its X1D camera system
The compact medium format camera builds out its lens library.