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CARL ZEISS STARMORBI CA. 1924
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CARL ZEISS STARMORBI CA. 1924

In 1910 Carl Zeiss introduced the Starmore on the market, a telescope consisting of a single
tube with a revolving eye-piece for various magnification set-ups.
The Starmore later evolved into the Starmorbi, a double set of binoculars.
From telescope to binoculars;  At the dawn of the 20th century there was a huge development
and innovation going on in the area of binoculars for military use.
Because of its special design the Starmorbi too became an enormous commercial success,
it is a beautiful handmade classic pair of binoculars with very good optics.
The binoculars can easily be carried in the original leather carrier bag, the oak wood stand
and adapter are also original. Depending on goal and use it was possible to choose from various strengths: 12x, 24x, and 42x
With the objective of 60mm in the 12x position, the viewer is very suitable to observe well in the case of diminished sight (twilight).
23x Was used on a normal clear day.  
42x Is extremely suitable for vistas, observing the planets, nebulas and the moon.  
The binoculars supply a clear and sharp image.  
The turret and revolving eye-pieces function smoothly.
Specification:  
Magnifications 12 + 24 + 42 x 60 mm objective lens  
Field of vision 72 m – 35 m – 17,5 m: field at 1000 meters  
Polished aluminum body  
Porro prism 2  Weight including tripod 22 kg  
Autographed Carl Zeiss Jena nr.1708
All eyepieces are made of Bakelite  
Length 54 cm   

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