Meyer Optik Gorlitz is working its way back from the dead. After the company’s very public failure—including the embarrassing admission that the $3,000 “Nocturnus” was just a modified $850 Chinese lens—the brand and its new owner, OPC Optics, is preparing to re-release “optimized” and “redesigned” versions of several lenses this year. In an announcement published on the brand’s website earlier this week, OPC Optics revealed that the “renewal of the Meyer Optik Görlitz portfolio [is] on schedule.” This renewal will…