Almost all collectors are familiar with pocket loupes and their utility, but standing loupes for home (or bench) applications can be very useful, as they free up both hands and have wide diameter lenses. Being exclusively a vintage collector, how could anyone have expected me to resist an early Zeiss example? Actually I've had it for some time, but haven't gotten around to showing it. The construction, glass quality, and clean, understated design are very much in line with their mid-century cameras, lenses and binoculars. Cheers, Tony C.