I believe the B stands for eyeglasses in German.
The rubber eyecups can be folded down or completely removed for eyeglass users.
There are earlier models which have been marked T, but optically they are not the same.
If you really want one, buy the latest 2002~2003 model with a 7-digit serial number.
Or at least buy a BGAT "Made in Germany" version , the optics are clearly superior than the earlier models.
I recently sold my 1560BGAT serial number 64xxxx for $1500.
I think I should put a data warning on pages I referenced. We usually don't have this limit here, i.e. my monthly package is 100GB which I never used over halfway.
The "seagull" hold is typical here, maybe we should try another hold.
The info is not precise. In 1998 Zeiss did stop the 1560 production.
But in 2002, Zeiss again briefly start a one-off new run, but soon stopped again. The serial number is 7-digit instead of 6 of the 1998 version.
Actually after several days use of the SF 1032, I'm already bored.
I have lowered my expectation much after I took part in its premier in early September (http://www.bggd.com/bbs/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=451102) in case you are interested.
But I have to admit the increased afov does not make...
The review part has been updated, the following is translated by Google:
I wanted to wait for the weather to get better and take a few back-lens photos as a supplementary explanation of my experience, but the smog in Beijing has not cleared in recent days, so I had to post the text first...