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Ilse Jurriƫn : August 21th 2006 - 01:42 CET
Zeiss Ikon camera case

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ZeissZeiss Ikon camera case : Now there is a genuine leather ever-ready case available for Zeiss Ikon cameras. It protects the camera and any of the lenses from 21 to 50mm against normal shock, vibration, rain splashes during transport and while the camera is not in service. However, the bottom part of the case may remain on the camera while shooting, as the front flap is simply and quickly flipped open, or can be easily detached and reattached. The camera is securely screwed into the case. The Zeiss Ikon ever-ready case is made of high-quality genuine black leather with internal black velvet lining. Shipping starts October 2006, list price will be 125 EUR without VAT.
Zeiss Ikon camera caseZeiss Ikon leather case - Carl Zeiss
Carl Zeiss is a leading international group of companies operating worldwide in the optical and opto-electronic industry. Carl Zeiss AG is headquartered in Oberkochen, Germany. The business groups, which each operate with sole responsibility, are generally ranked first or second in the strategic markets of biosciences and medical technology, system solutions for industry and optical consumer goods. They offer products and services for biomedical research and medical technology, system solutions for the semiconductor, automotive and mechanical engineering industries, as well as high-quality consumer goods such as camera lenses and binoculars.

About Carl Zeiss
In fiscal year 2004/05 (ended 30 September) the Carl Zeiss Group generated sales totalling EUR 2,222 million. Carl Zeiss has 11,500 members of staff, including 3,300 outside Germany. The Carl Zeiss Group is directly represented in more than 30 countries and operates production facilities in Europe, America and Asia. The eyeglass business now operates as Carl Zeiss Vision International GmbH and is the number two eyeglass provider in the world. This company is owned 50:50 by Carl Zeiss AG and a private equity company.





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