AP (8x) Loupe Desk loupe with a 8x magnification lens, 24 mm Ø. Transparent foot base. Measurements: 50x50x43 mm.
Cabin (8x) A top quality and highly versatile magnifier for a clearer, brighter view to pick out the finest details of close-up examination of slides and negative. The PL-8 model can be used for close examination work with its high 8x magnification power.
Peak (8x) Peak Magnifier 8X is a high performance, smartly designed magnifier. It is very convenient to have around your desk for daily use. This magnifier is specially designed to cover the entire 24mm x 36mm picture area of single frames of film for 35mm camera use and is most ideal for checking negatives.
Rodenstock (3x / 4x / 6x) All aspherical Rodenstock magnifiers excel by highest optical performance, provide a comfortable, fatigue-free view even for eyeglass wearers and during long-term observation.
Schneider (10x) This magnification loupe is especially for small formats and finest details. It is equipped with high-precision optical parts for excellent image quality. It has been designed for transparent work only.
Schneider (3x) This 3x loupe's large viewing field of 7x7cm offers excellent edge to edge sharpness with absolutely no distortion. It is also ideal for checking large format films. It has an interchangeable base for 6x7cm transparencies and negatives.
Schneider (4x) The Schneider 4x Loupe is a universal magnifier of high resolution. The image it produces is distortion-free even at bigger viewing distances, eliminating eyestrain. It has an interchangeable base for viewing both proof sheets and photographs.
Schneider (6x) This aspheric loupe provides excellent image fidelity for precise evaluation of 35mm slides and negatives at a bigger magnification factor. Top image performance for the critical image and ground glass checking. Interchangeable base for viewing proof sheets and photographs.
Silvestri (4x / 6x / 8x / 10x) High quality optical precision, with multi element construction and antireflex coating. All metal constructed body with helical focusing. Their optical correction is very close to that of the photographic lenses. To achieve these results, optical construction with three or even four lenses in two groups have often been used. Accessories are included.