Good afternoon.
   Welcome to a virtual museum (collection) of binoculars!
   The history of this site creation, its structure and features can be found in "About the site" section. Exhibits (the binoculars) are in "Catalog" menu. In "Theory and History" section you can find diverse information about the binoculars (catalogs, articles, etc.). The “Partnership” section contains information on this issue cooperation, and the “Contacts” section serves to contact us. In "Donate" section you can provide financial support to our project development.
   The museum Information is being constantly updated, the appearance of new exhibits will be reported on this page, as well as on our social network pages - Facebook and Twitter.The information on the site is presented in three languages: English, Ukrainian and Russian (the button for switching languages is in the upper right corner).
   Thank you for attention to our project! Thanks to everyone who contributed to its creation!

   August 27, 2020
   7 more binoculars appeared in our museum!
   - an early version of Carl Zeiss Telex 6x with a two-ring type design and lenses having diameter 21 mm with rare eyecups;
   - an interesting model Carl Zeiss Telactem 8x, which was produced during short period of time (1913-1914) with "grooves" on the lens caps, serving to protect against side flares;
   - post-war model Carl Zeiss Silvamar 6x with prism covers made of zinc alloy;
   - a rare early military binocular Carl Zeiss D.F.6x with specific numbering;
   - Carl Zeiss D.F.6x with low serial number and Carl Zeiss D.F.6x with lenses having diameter 24 mm and with rounded objective covers; 
   - a late version of military binocular Carl Zeiss D.F.6x24 with prism covers made of zinc alloy;
   The total number of binoculars on our site is 60.

   June 08, 2020
   6 new binoculars appeared in our museum!
   - a rare Telact 8x model with "grooves" on lens covers for protection against side flares;
   - two Teleforts 12x
   - three Turactems 8x24, and The last mentioned binocular is interesting due to the fact that it most likely belongs to the last batch (which included 400 pieces) of this model, produced in 1932.
   The total number of binoculars on our site is 54.

   May 17, 2020 
   6 more binoculars appeared in our museum:
   - An interesting Silvarem 6x30 with an "erroneous" serial number:;
   - late Silvarem 6x30 version;
   - Telefort 12x – the “champion” among Carl Zeiss binoculars in the number of design changes for relatively short period of its production time;
   - Turact 8x - the binocular, which replaced a very successful Telact 8x model;
   - late Turact 8x24 version;
   - a unique binocular Turactem 8x24 (with a unique story of its previous owner), which is not included to any of Carl Zeiss catalogs.
   The total number of binoculars on our site is 49.

   April 20, 2020 
   Three more Carl Zeiss Jenna binoculars appeared in the museum: the “civilian” Silvamar 6x30 with military attributes, very early and rare Silvarem 6x and another Silvarem 6x
   The total number of binoculars on the site is 42.
   April 12, 2020
   Added two interesting binoculars Carl Zeiss Jenna Silvamar 6x (30).
   Officially, this model was produced for "civilian" use, however, according to some signs, they can easily be attributed to military binoculars. Why so? See for yourself and
   Moreover, these binoculars were not produced in Jena ...)
   The total number of binoculars on the site is 39.

   April 4, 2020 
   Four Carl Zeiss binocular catalogs added: catalog Carl Zeiss 1894catalog Carl Zeiss 1897 3rd editioncatalog Carl Zeiss 1899 5th editioncatalog T84 1903-1910

   March 27, 2020 
   Our museum has been opened! Today it contains 37 binoculars of famous Carl Zeiss brand: now you have possibility to get acquainted with them on our virtual museum pages. The exposition begins with the oldest exhibits, which are listed in the catalog in alphabetical order. At the time of their creation, those were the most advanced optical devices, but they also cost a lot...) For example, Carl Zeiss Jena Feldstecher 4 Fach binoculars cost 110 marks (the German worker average salary at that time):