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Carl Zeiss Jena Jenoptem 7x50

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Carl Zeiss Jena
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Specifications
Manufacturer Carl Zeiss Jena
Model Jenoptem 7x50
Lens diameter [mm] 50
Magnification [x] 7
Angular field of view [deg] 7.3
Linear field of view [m/m] 128/1000
Exit pupil [mm] 7.14
Eye relief [mm] 12
Min. focusing dist. [m] 5
Twilight factor 18.7
Brightness 51.02
Prisms Bak-4/Porro
Dimensions [mm]
Weight [g] 1010
Waterproof No
Nitogen filling No
Argon filling No
Image stabilization No
Tripod exit No
Focusing central
Warranty [years] 0
Accesories neck strap, case
Price 800
Additional information Manufactured in 1971-1990
Average rating (4 owners reviews)
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4.63 Good
Owners reviews (4)
  1. Phil
    Phil 30 May 2021, 02:24
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    IP 125.236.x.x
    Owner since: more than 10 years
    Price: 300
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: Some minor field curvature or coma especially when using them at night near the edge. Compared to fujinon 7 x 50 FMTX. Case it can be an issue getting out of leather case. Date to around 1990 I\'ve owned them for around 20 years.

    Pros: Very good in daytime lovely 3d effect sharp focus easy to use and relatively lightweight. Focus very smooth. Used hundreds of times and lovingly cared for. These binoculars really show up inferior quality uncoated or partly coated vintage binoculars much sharper easier to use and brighter clearer images. Lovely feel to them coatings etc holding up well. Store in a hotwater cupboard in their leather case. Very good for astronomy with the milkyway overhead lovely contrast and black background.

    Summary: A fine pair of quality binoculars made with good glass and well coated and corrected. Worth the money clearly vastly superior to cheaper semi or uncoated vintage 7 x 50mm binoculars.

  2. Russ
    Russ 16 May 2021, 10:20
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    IP 2.30.x.x
    Owner since: 1 year
    Price: 95
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: None really, difficult to waterproof porro prism binos without adding bulk.

    Pros: Exceptional build quality, optics are excellent, bright and clear. Ergonomics are perfect. Controls smooth and precise. Great all rounder and for low light/astronomy/air shows. Steady image due to 7x magnification. Very well made leather case. I have the CZ Jena 8x30 and 10x50 which are both excellent binos but these 7x50s are my favourite. My pair are.mint and was fortunate to get them for the price. Classic binocular and for me a case of less is more.

    Summary: One of the all time greats and a classic binocular benchmark.

  3. Kea
    Kea 16 May 2013, 08:45
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    IP 81.233.x.x
    Owner since: more than 10 years
    Price: SEK 2000
    User profile: Semipro

    Cons: none, not waterproof

    Pros: Sharp, easy to use even with unsteady hands, relyable

    Summary: Good for bird watchings and star gazings as well

  4. Simon Spiers
    Simon Spiers 22 March 2012, 15:29
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    IP 94.192.x.x
    Owner since: more than 10 years
    Price: £63 n
    User profile: Professional

    Cons: Heavy?

    Pros: Sharp optics. Bright T3M version.

    Summary: Its a great classic Zeiss, good all round. But your better off with the 10x50 unless you have unsteady hands.

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