Fascinated by the world of the microcosm, Johann Diedrich Möller fulfilled his life’s dream in 1864 by founding a company for the production of high-precision optical components and optical instruments in Wedel (near Hamburg, Germany). In the course of its eventful history, the company has brought products of wordwide reputation to the market, such as high-precision measuring and testing instruments for the industry, new prism binoculars with extremely high light transmission, combinations of binoculars and camera, anamorphotic lenses used in film projectors for wide-screen motion pictures, as well as a large range of medical-optical products, especially for ophthalmology and microsurgery.