Both increasingly collectible and sought after as one of the best binocular to enter the market during the 1960 /1970 era. These are up there with the best of Carl Zeiss medium range magnification, not surprisingly when considering that Jena technology was assumed by the Russians following WW2.
Practical as lightweight and compact they have, IMO, one of the most impressive wide-angled viewing for its 24mm objective lens. The 6x magnification would suit most optic pursuits through its fully coated lenses, though more specifically to general panoramic and landscape use. You would never suffer tired or eye strain with these, still a pure joy to use! Mechanically everything moves as originally designed, smooth and free focusing wheel and dioptre for spot-on collimation. The photos will show the most minimal of bodywork blemish, having no internal damage, signs of mould or fungus to prisms or lenses. The individual barrels stay firmly apart unaided when adjusting to your eye distance ( IPD) so the central hinge is correctly calibrated, not sloppy. Its case is all tight and secure, with its strap, and with complete felt lining. Stunning condition which defies its age.