Carl Zeiss Jena binoculars 7x40 EDF military east germanThis comment has been removed by a blog administrator. Charts Types pict Contents. Tuesday, October 7, This binoculars was built as a roof prism binocular, it is compact and light-weight for its specification and ruggedness. It has telescopic rubber eye-cups fold down and are fully def with spectacle use.
Carl Zeiss Jena binoculars 7x40 EDF military east german - army-store24
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator. Charts Types pict Contents. Tuesday, October 7, This binoculars was built as a roof prism binocular, it is compact and light-weight for its specification and ruggedness. It has telescopic rubber eye-cups fold down and are fully compatible with spectacle use. The features of the binoculars: Es befindet sich im orginalem Zustand. Es stammt aus einer Lager und ist neuwertig. Russian field artillery officer Lt.
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In contrast to the DF, it is still in production, comes with modern multi-coated lenses, and is nitrogen filled. The contoured eye-cups are useful to prevent stray light entering from behind or the side. A detailed review of this binocular was written by Scott Powers. After the end of the cold war, the 7x45 remained in production and is nowadays called 'LP-7x45Z'. The eye-cups are contoured to shield the eyes from side stray light.
This sample seems to be without serial no. The lenses appear to be multi-coated, although not with state of the art technology. Juci'bacsi's Olympus "Camedia" photo On receiver parabola antenne other type classic binocular. Hunter is during watching. NVA's borderguard nowadays with dog. The reason of My headache-migren of weekend that, wich of the two things will be better??
While unmarked, these are certainly either Zeiss or Hensoldt, which in terms of military binoculars such as these often amounts to the very same thing.
The binoculars are in fine preservation and the glass is pristine. There is a reticle in the right ocular. The tritium reticle illuminator is unfortunately defuct after all these years. On the figurative bright side, you can also put any fears of radioactivity to rest. Zeiss 7x40 EDF binoculars were the replacement for the 7x40 Checkpoint Charlie porro prism binoculars. They utilze roof prisms probably Schmidt-Pechan, but I have never opened one and utilize very low dispersion glass for superb sharpness and contrast.
There is a yellow tint to the glass which some say is designed to resist the radiation of the tritium. I believe this is wrong because the same tint is found in the incandescent light illuminated models. It is therefore most likely a contrast enhancement tint for use on the battlefield. In any case, a wonderfully clean set of glasses, and equally desireable from the standpoint of the collector and user. Robustness is what they're all about too. Nothing can take more abuse than these EDF binoculars.
Sharp and bombproof, they are among the most highly regarded military optics ever produced. Those look like the newer version of the East German 7x40 military binos.
Way too heavy and bulky for hunting and a bit underpowered for long range spotting but good for a vehicle. And just magnificent glass: I will probably sell them as they have become somewhat of a collector item and I am not. They came with an IR detector, tritium illuminated range finding reticle, UV filters and a neck strap.
Great glass, but they're heavy. This is the binoculars from formerly minster of national security of the german democratic republic DDR Erich Mielke.
Borderguard with EDF 7x You can see the rear photo the reticle red-colour light illuminating "Swallow" tail fitting system for battery operated light accessorie. It replaced the 7x50 Binoctar, 10x50 Dekaris and 8x30 Deltrentis, individual focus versions of Jena's earlier classical line of binoculars. The 7x40 DF was given a short 'stubby' body shape, thereby keeping it rather compact, despite of its large prisms and considerably high weight.
With its thick rubber armor, its large oculars with long eye-relief suitable for use with gas-mask and the eye catching window of its infrared detector re-charger, the DF had become the classical example of a full fledged military binocular, the blueprint of later 7x40 clones which adopted the same design philosophy.
In , it was replaced with the 7x40 EDF, a roof-prism construction which was more compact, but with smaller field of view. The serial number of indicates a production in You are bidding on a unused binoculars Zeiss Jena EDF 7x40 primary color green, very seldom in collectors condition very good. The binoculars was part of a depot stock from the. The bino is unused with small traces of storage. It is the best example for a collectible binoculars.
It is a must have for every serious binoculars collector. This Type of binoculars was in use by East-German-Army for common use and border surveillance. It is in best condition, mint. Also the technical condition is top, lenses and prisms no scratches - perfect view. Ready for use, whatever you want hunting, watching, combanting or of course collecting! This are the original photos from the binoculars from this auction, see the quality! This item is developed for German Army with the result that the technical epuipment is much better than for.
You will notice this especially in the twilight because this is the most importants period of time for hunter. Wer ein EDF besitzt, das mit der radioaktiven Strichplattenbeleuchtung ausgestattet ist, sollte diese auf keinen Fall ausbauen.
So lange sich das Tritium-Element im Fernglas befindet und noch funktioniert, ist dies der sicherste Aufbewahrungsort. Mit jeder Manipulation laufen Sie Gefahr, eventuelle Risiken zu realisieren - genau das will man ja gerade nicht! Ich habe hier einmal die optischen Baugruppen eingescannt. The EDF was built in 2 versions: