Author Topic: Schulze&Bartels 5x Daliat - model with two syncronized bridges (!)  (Read 874 times)

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Peter Schmoll Jr.

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Hello, gentlemen,

I want to show you these great little binoculars. :)
It is from the manufacturer Schulze&Bartels Rathenow. It has a 5x magnification and has the model name "Daliat". The really extraordinary thing is that the model has two syncronized (!) bridges (one above the centre adjusting wheel, one below). By turning the adjusting wheel, the upper and lower bridges move synchronized up and down (s. pic. 3).

...I have never seen anything like this before.

Left on the photo a Zeiss Theatis for size comparison.

Does anyone have more detailed information about the manufacturer? Maybe brochures and/or advertisements?

Greetings
Junior


Winfried Tuerk

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Re: Schulze&Bartels 5x Daliat - model with two syncronized bridges (!)
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2019, 07:29:38 PM »
Never seen, strange, congrats Junior.

Always new binoculars models made in Rathenow pop up, nice! :)
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Niall McLaren

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Re: Schulze&Bartels 5x Daliat - model with two syncronized bridges (!)
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2019, 07:48:11 PM »
A novel solution to making it more compact but one I've not seen before either.
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