ZEISS ZI Diopter, Neutral Correction Lens

BH #ZECLN • MFR #1405-136
ZEISS ZI Diopter, Neutral Correction Lens
Key Features
  • For Use with Modern ZEISS Ikon Rangefinder Cameras
The ZI Diopter, Neutral Correction Lens from ZEISS Ikon is for modern ZEISS rangefinder cameras and provides near or far-sighted users a clear viewfinder image without the use of eyeglasses. The diopter correction lens fits into the eyepiece holder of the camera.

To determine which diopter is best for you, consult with your eye physician. Or, you can try a pair of over-the-counter correction lenses typically found in drugstores. Find a pair that permits you to see sharply at approximately 6.5' (2 meters), which resembles the range of a viewfinder. This will provide you a rough estimate as to which diopter is correct for you.

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ZEISS 1405-136 Overview

The ZI Diopter, Neutral Correction Lens from ZEISS Ikon is for modern ZEISS rangefinder cameras and provides near or far-sighted users a clear viewfinder image without the use of eyeglasses. The diopter correction lens fits into the eyepiece holder of the camera.

To determine which diopter is best for you, consult with your eye physician. Or, you can try a pair of over-the-counter correction lenses typically found in drugstores. Find a pair that permits you to see sharply at approximately 6.5' (2 meters), which resembles the range of a viewfinder. This will provide you a rough estimate as to which diopter is correct for you.

ZEISS 1405-136 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.02 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.25 x 2.2 x 1.1"
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Will this fit a Leica M camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
This will not fit a Leica M series camera.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is this Neutral Correction Lens fit with Fuji X-Pro1 camera ? Thanks.
Asked by: Nga D.
It firs perfectly even better than the original Fuji and does get loose
Answered by: DANIEL D.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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