PESO - Horsefly

mike wilson m.9.wilson at ntlworld.com
Fri Jul 29 03:23:47 EDT 2016


> On 28 July 2016 at 21:54 Jostein <pdml at alunfoto.no> wrote:
> 
> 
> Mike,
> the X4 indeed an objective lens.
> 
> Wild Heerbrugg was a Swiss optical instruments manufacturer.
> 
> The microscope it came from is pictured here: 
> http://m.finn.no/bap/webstore/ad.html?finnkode=63767741&fks=63767741
> 
> Note the spotlights above the tray. The 4X is probably included to have 
> the instrument double as a stereo loupe for biological specimens.
> 
> Jostein

Interesting design.  Not stereo, despite the description, without double
objectives.  I wonder what its original purpose was.

How did you mount the objective?  I have access to a vast selection......  8-)


> 
> Den 28.07.2016 22.37, skrev mike wilson:
> > That lens gives a very pleasant, relaxing effect.  Unlike the cleg, as they
> > are
> > known here.
> >
> > X4 is an unusual size.  This is an objective?  Never heard of Wild Heerbrugg
> > either.
> >
> >> On 28 July 2016 at 20:08 Jostein <pdml at alunfoto.no> wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >> Another stacking pursuit.
> >> K-5, bellows, a 1947-vintage 4X lens scavenged off a Wild Heerbrugg M10
> >> microscope. 200 exposures.
> >>
> >> http://www.alunfoto.no/innhold/klegg-horsefly/




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