Binoculars: Super Zenith coated optics; 7x50 magnification; field 7.1°

Super Zenith
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A pair of black metal binoculars with textured surface Super Zenith Coated optics 7 x 50 field 7.1° type. The binoculars have areas where black surface has worn off exposing the metal housing underneath and evidence of use, some corrosion is evident from being used in ocean conditions.

These binoculars belonged to Gerry Clark MBE and were used on his research trips on TOTORORE for navigation, bird watching and recording.

This type of binocular is suitable for bird watching. No case or strap.
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Collection type
Gerry Clark
Maker and role
Super Zenith: Maker
Cast aluminium: 0 - Whole
Bakelite: o
lens: 0 - Whole
Measurement details
3D objects (HxWxD): H 180 x W 170 x D 60mm: 0 - Whole
Production place and notes
Japan, Asia
On display?
Not on display
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