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Leitz "Binoculars" data courtesy of Peter Abrahams

Leica Code Description Production Year Remarks
BANAN -
BALGT Adjustment bellows, for screw mounting to various Leica Adapter Rings ? -
BATCA -
BDFUU -
BAZOO Copy stand, superseded BESAL copy stand ? -
BAZOS Copy stand BAZOO, NY designation ? -
BEECH Lamp for MONLA Microscope, DC current ? -
BEEUL Lamp for MONLA Microscope, AC current ? -
BEHOO Copy stand for Elmar or Summar 5 cm, 1:1.5; 1: 2.1: 3 Forum discussion 1935-1959 replaced BEMAR & BESOT
BEINS 1:1 copy stand for Elmar 3.5 cm 1931 -
BEKUR Copy stand for Elmar 3.5 cm with 3 extension rings for 1:1.5, 1:2, 1:3 1931 -
BEKUS Copy stand for Elmar 35 mm with 3 extension rings for 1:1.5, 1:2, 1:3 ? -
BELOS Small lamp with adjustable bracket and 25 watt bulb pre 1934 -
BELUN 1:1 copy stand w/extension tube for 50mm Elmar Forum discussion PP.Ghisetti 1932-1958 Forum discussion
BELUNHESUM 1:1 closeup stand w/extension tube for Summitar ? -
BEMAR Copy stand for Elmar 5 cm with 3 extension rings for 1:1.5, 1:2, 1:3 1932 -
BEMTI -
BEOON Offset copy stand for 1:1 reproductions with M-5 cm lenses Forum discussion [1] [2] [3] 1959-1970 - also 16511
BEOOS Offset copy stand for 1:1 reproductions with M-3.5 cm lenses ? -
BEOOY Copy stand for Elmar, Hektor or Summar 5cm with 3 supplementary lenses 1935-1951 -
BERAT 25 watt bulb for BELOS adjustable lamp 1934 -
BERIN Intermediate collar and clamping ring for BEMAR for reproduction at 1:1 1932 -
BESAL Copy stand combining BEVOR, BETAB and BEMAR with 3 extension rings for 1:1 reproduction with Elmar 5 cm 1933 -
BESOT Copy stand for Summar 5cm with 3 extension rings for 1:1.5, 1:2, 1:3 ? -
BESUM 1:1 copy stand w/extension tube for Summar 5 cm 1935 -
BETAB 4 legs for BEVOR with closeup lens No. 2 ? -
BETRY 3 legs for BELUN and BESUM ? -
BEUUY Extension tube -
BEUUY-IZUUS -
BEVOR Copy stand for Elmar or Hektor 5cm with 3 supplementary lenses 1931 - superseded by BEOOY
BFOOX Desk viewer with zoom lens, 2 film coils and lighting, for Leica USA ? -
BIDAL Binoculars – 6 x 15 - 7 deg 1925-1939 -
BIDOX Binoculars – 6 x 30 – 8.5 deg ca.1927-1939 -
BIDOXIT Binoculars – 6 x 30 – 8.5 deg – CF type ca.1927-1962 -
BILOM Binoculars – 8 x 30 – 6.3 deg 1930-ca.1935 -
BILOMIT Binoculars – 8 x 30 – 8.5 deg – CF type 1930-ca.1935 -
BILUSTRA Binoculars – 3 x 13.5 – 13.7 deg 1921-1950s -
BIMAX Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 8.5 deg ca.1930-1935 -
BIMAXIT Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 8.5 deg – CF type ca.1930-1935 -
BIMULIORA Binoculars – 4 x 16 1921-ca.1926 -
BINAR Binoculars – 3 x 13.5 – 13.7 deg 1921-1950s -
BINOCLE Binoculars – 6 x 18 May 14, 1907 - first commercially available Leitz binoculars
BINOCT Binoculars – 8 x 26 1914-ca.1926 -
BINODAL Binoculars – 6 x 21 – 8 deg 1908-1919 -
BINOFORTE Binoculars – 12 x 46 1913 - 12 x 42 in 1914
BINOFORTIM Binoculars – 12 x 46 – CF type 1913 - 12 x 42 in 1914
BINOL Binoculars – 6 x 24 – 8.5 deg ca.1927-1939 -
BINOLAS Binoculars – 6 x 21 – 8 deg – CF type 1919 -
BINOLI Binoculars – 6 x 24 1914-ca.1926 -
BINOLIT Binoculars – 6 x 24 – 8.5 deg – CF type ca.1927-1939 -
BINOM Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 6.5 deg 1913 - 8 x 26 1914-ca.1926
BINOMA Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 6.5 deg 1913 - heavy version of BINOM
BINOMAT Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 6.5 deg – CF type 1914 -
BINDOMAT -
BINOMIA Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 6.5 deg – CF type 1913 -
BINOMINIA Binoculars – 4 x 16 – 11 deg – CF type 1914 -
BINOMINIOS Binoculars – 4 x 16 – CF type 1912-1914 - theater glasses
BINOMINOS Binoculars – 4 x 16 – CF type 1914 - heavier theater glasses
BINOPLASTICO Binoculars – 30 x 90 – 1.5 deg 1920 -
BINOSPO Binoculars – 6 x 24 – CF type 1914-ca.1926 -
BINOT Binoculars – 6 x 30 1912-ca.1926 -
BINOTOUR Binoculars – 6 x 16 – CF type 1914 -
BINOTRIX 3 oculars x 90 1920s - on turret at 90 deg
BINOVISTA Binoculars – 15 x 60 – 3.5 deg 1920 -
BINOXYD Binoculars – 6 x 30 – CF type 1912-ca.1926 -
BINOZE Binoculars – 10 x 42 1912 -
BINOZITO Binoculars – 10 x 46 – CF type 1913 -
BINUX Binoculars – 8 x 30 – 8.5 deg 1927-1962 -
BINUXIT Binoculars – 8 x 30 – 8.5 deg – CF type 1927-1962 -
BIOCT Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 6.3 deg ca.1927-1939 -
BIOCTIT Binoculars – 8 x 24 – 6.3 deg – CF type ca.1927-1939 -
BISEXIT Binoculars – 6 x 21 – 8.5 deg – CF type 1925-1931 -
BITUR Binoculars – 4 x 20 – 10.3 deg ca.1925-1959 -
BIZWE Binoculars – 12 x 42 1912 -
BKUUT -
BLIAU Trigger for flash ? -
BLISE Angle baseplate for the BLITZ flashgun model VII Forum discussion #6 & #20 ca.1941 -
BLITZ Flash as a replacement for BUNOO, New York ca.1941 -
BOOWU Copy stand for screw lenses of focal length 5 cm, recording format, A4, A5, A6 Forum discussion 1952-1962 - also 16525
BOOWU-M Copy stand for M lenses of focal length 5 cm, recording format, A4, A5, A6 . 1956-1976 - also 16526 and later BOWUM
BOOXZ 7mm extension tube for V: 1:2.5 for use with with ZWTOO ? see JCB Accessories
BPCUU -
BQCOO A36 Blue filter 1955 -
BRACK Holder for SYNCO / FLASH in the vertical position ? -
BRUUM Small projector VIIIa interchangeable condenser lens for 5 cm focus pre 1937 -
BSIUU -
BSUUA -
BTLOO Flash unit for 2 flash bulbs for Leica I, II and IIIa JCB's BTLOO 1935-19?? -
BTSOO Flash unit for 2 flash bulbs for Leica IIIb/c ? -
BTOOK Flash unit for 2 flash bulbs for Leica Standard ? -
BTLOL Flash unit for 2 flash bulbs for Leica IIId? ? -
BUNOO Flash unit with internal synchronization for Leica IIIb or earlier; base-plate with 3/8" tripod socket, electrical contact pin and adjustment screw ? -
BUUGR Leitz briefcase projector, with lens 1934 -
BUOOP -
BUUDC -
BUUQI -
BUURW -
BUUWM -
BUUYN -
BWOOG Large battery container for flash unit JCB's BWOOG ? -
BWOOH Large battery container for flash unit ? -
BWOOL Large battery container for flash unit ? -
BWOOK Large battery container for flash unit ? -
BWOON Large battery container for professional flash unit ? -
BWOOP Large battery container for flash unit with maximum performance ? -