Zeiss binocular repair : Pc repair and maintenance a practical guide.

Zeiss Binocular Repair

zeiss binocular repair
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Zeiss 8x42 T* FL Victory, Water Proof Roof Prism Binocular with 7.7 Degree Angle of View, U.S.A.
Zeiss 8x42 T* FL Victory, Water Proof Roof Prism Binocular with 7.7 Degree Angle of View, U.S.A.
Zeiss takes premium optics to the next level with the Zeiss Binoculars T*FL. With Zeiss proprietary T* multi-coatings, and now with LotuTec coating, phase corrected Abbe-Koenig prisms, and special flourite element objective lenses, the Zeiss T*FL Binoculars offer extremely high edge sharpness and unsurpassed resolution, contrast and color. Flouride objective lenses also eliminate any color fringing from the Zeiss T*FL binoculars, even in low light conditions. The housing consists of magnesium reinforced by glass-fiber material, yielding a very durable and lightweight housing. The Zeiss Binoculars T*FL are waterproof and nitrogen-purged, and feature retractable eyecups for comfortable viewing and rubber armoring for a pleasant firm grip

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Rodenstock DF 03 6X24
Rodenstock DF 03 6X24
Manufacturer/Model: G. Rodenstock Munchen, K.B. Dienst- DF 03 6 X 24 Field of View: est 7 deg = 120 m/1,000 m; APFOV 42 deg Weight: 535 gr Exit Pupil: 4 mm Serial #/Year of Manufacture: 33966 = Probably 1918 (see notes) Notes: This binocular and case is shown in Seeger's book page 89 (see "Interesting Books, Articles and Websites about Binoculars" at the end of this section). K.B. marking means Koniglich Bayerisch/Royal Bavarian Army Corps. DF is military designation (doppelfernrohr i.e. double telescope); 03 indicates Germany accepted the design in 1903 for military use. Rear prism plate has inscription “VII 18.” underneath serial number designating July 1918 as either year of manufacture or more probably army acceptance date. This is a commonly found marking but not all German made WW I binoculars have it i.e.an identical Rodenstock binocular observed on Ebay in same 33K serial number range lacked the inscription. This may be because the armies using the instrument (f.ex. Austria, Bavaria) had different marking standards. The build quality of this binocular is extremely high. For some reason, the materials employed and the quality of finish of this binocular made in 1918 are far superior to that of the Zeiss Jena DF 6X24 manufactured in 1917. Prism plates are brass, and it is covered with leather. At purchase, the binocular was in extremely good condition except for a v-shaped chip about 10 mm on each side missing from the right eyecup. I repaired using an epoxy putty product made in Wales, the U.K. called "Milliput Superfine White". Unlike regular epoxy, it can be worked with a damp cloth or finger, and when cured, can be sawed, filed or sanded. Very smooth finish.
Unknown Japanese 6X24
Unknown Japanese 6X24
Manufacturer/Model: Unknown Japanese 6 X 24 Field of View: probably 9.3 deg = 163 m/1,000 m; APFOV 55.8 deg Weight: 438 gr Exit Pupil: 4 mm Serial #/Year of Manufacture: Serial # is unknown/probably manufactured 1930’s-WWII. May be very early post-war 1945-1946. Notes: Rear prism plates not original, for some reason replaced with non-commercially made ones. Page167 of Brin Best’s book shows an identical appearing binocular (6X24 “Japanese officer’s glass”) with faked Zeiss prism plates. This binocular may likewise have had faked prism plates which were removed. Also, an identical appearing MIOJ binocular with “Meibo” trademark with coated lenses seen on Ebay as well as another marked “Kaikosha KT” which seller stated was made by Nippon Kogaku during WWII. The 6X24 9 deg configuration was a configuration produced by several manufacturers to meet Japanese military requirements in the years preceding and during WWII. Other repairs/modifications to binocular are: 1. Covering is older fabric but does not appear original; 2. Left objective cel has been pinned and cannot be moved probably because eccentric ring is broken and threads supporting retaining ring are stripped; 3. Prism tilt screws have been installed probably due to immobile left objective cel. The tilt screws are functional conditional alignment being achieved using them. Lenses are in good condition but some chipping to prisms which may have been caused by tilting system. Optically the view is a little dimmer than it should be due to prism chipping in particular on the left side where there's the most chipping. Still, the binocular is serviceable and fun to use especially because of the 9 deg wide-angle view.

zeiss binocular repair
zeiss binocular repair
Carl Zeiss Optical Inc Victory RF Binoculars (10x45 T RF)
The 10x45 Victory RF is designed to give you the best experience in the field. That means both performance and comfort. Holding these binoculars in your hands, you will be surprised by their comfortable fit and fast, intuitive operation.

Carl Zeiss Victory binoculars offer advanced ergonomics and ideal balance, for comfortable use during prolonged observation. Waterproofing and nitrogen filling makes them remarkably durable to the use and abuse they're typically put through, while dielectric mirror coating provides remarkable image clarity and brightness. Rounding out this line's feature set, twist-up eyecups are comfortable and convenient, and an award-winning offset hinge design results in superior compactness and handling.
The 10x45 RF binoculars offer the line's renowned feature set, combined with incredibly accurate laser rangefinding. An onboard calculator is sophisticated enough to allow you to select both ballistic curve and sight-in distance independently of each other, while a LotuTec protective layer on the lens surfaces causes water to roll right off for optical clarity in wet conditions.

10X magnification
45-millimeter objective diameter
4.5-millimeter exit pupil
21.2 twilight factor
330-foot field of view at 1,000 yards
18-foot close focus
+/- 3.5 dpt diopter range
15.5-millimeter eye relief
Water-proof and nitrogen-filled
Class 1 laser
Ten-to-1,300-yard measuring range
Approximately 0.5-second measuring time
10,000 hours of battery life
Measures 5.3 by 6.6 inches (W x D)
35-ounce weight
Carl Zeiss optical products include the following limited manufacturer's warranties:

Lifetime on optical components
Five years on electronic components
Two years on camera components
One year on carrying straps, lens caps, rubber armoring, plastic parts, and similar accessories
About Carl Zeiss
Carl Zeiss has been a trusted organization in the world of sports optics for more than 100 years. Every component, from sophisticated optics to ergonomic bodies is a measured synthesis of design, German engineering, and craftsmanship.