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LENS BARREL
STANDARD FOUR THIRDS LENSES
OLYMPUS ZUIKO DIGITAL LENSES
LENS MAKER
CAMERA MOUNT
DIFFERENT LENS MOUNT
CANON EF LENS MOUNT
LENS MOUNT INDEX
EF LENS MOUNT
BAYONET LENS MOUNT
BOTTOM
MOTOR
SENSORS
CAMERAS
MIRROR
BUTTON
FIRST SERIES
FOCAL PLANE
SECOND SERIES
EARLIER VERSIONS
DIGITAL CAMERA
RED DOT
STANDARD
BODY
PLASTIC
BELLOWS
SHUTTER
FOCAL
M42
PENTAX
MOUNTING
MOUNT
CAMERA
CANON
NIKON
LENSES
LENS
LENS MOUNT
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Definitions

  1. A lens mount is an interface —mechanical and often also electrical —between a photographic camera body and a lens.
  2. A lens mount is the part of an interchangeable system lens that connects to the camera body.
  3. A lens mount is also found on a lens accessory like a teleconverter or an extension tube, which goes in between a lens and a camera.
  4. Lens mount is a bit on the tight side.
  5. The lens mount is steel and is designed for rugged use, so you can have confidence in your camera no matter where you take it or what lens you use.

Lens Barrel

  1. These are typically red dots found on both the lens barrel and the lens mount.

Standard Four Thirds Lenses

  1. An adapter can also be attached to the lens mount in order to accommodate standard Four Thirds lenses.

Olympus Zuiko Digital Lenses

  1. Lens mount accommodates full range of Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses.

Lens Maker

  1. If you are looking for a specific lens, you can browse by lens maker or by lens mount.

Camera Mount

  1. The frames have a lens mount on one end and a camera mount on the other.

Different Lens Mount

  1. In motion picture cameras, different lens mount and camera gate combinations have exact flange focal depth measurements to which lenses are calibrated.

Canon Ef Lens Mount

  1. The camera featured polycarbonate external construction with weather-resistant seals around buttons, dials and its Canon EF lens mount.

Lens Mount Index

  1. A white lens mount index differentiates the lens from other EF lenses, which retain their traditional red marking.
  2. A white lens mount index differentiates the lenses from other EF lenses, which retain their traditional red marking.

Ef Lens Mount

  1. The general term for the type mount the EF lens mount is a bayonet mount.
  2. At the heart of the system is the EF lens mount, which replaced the previous FD lens mount.
  3. The manufacturers of these lenses have reverse engineered the electronics of the EF lens mount.

Bayonet Lens Mount

  1. Bayonet Lens Mount - A device that allows a lens to be quickly snapped onto a camera.

Bottom

  1. For use with studio flashes, the RF645 body contains an X-sync PC terminal ideally positioned at the bottom left of the lens mount.

Motor

  1. A rack carrying slide arm projects rearwardly from the lens mount and is engaged by a motor driven gear to longitudinally shift the lens mount.
  2. When index 30a is set to mark ".", the motor is stopped to cease the movement of lens mount 26.

Sensors

  1. EF-S - The lens mount is a derivative of the EF lens mount created for a subset of Canon digital single-lens reflex cameras with APS-C sized image sensors.
  2. Canon EF-S lens mount - The EF-S lens mount is a derivative of the EF lens mount created for (digital) SLR cameras with APS-C sized image sensors.

Cameras

  1. Cameras with an EF-S lens mount can accept both EF lenses and EF-S lenses, while EF-S lenses can only fit to cameras with an EF-S lens mount.

Mirror

  1. Inside the lens mount is a mirror.

Button

  1. On the left of the lens mount is a button marked AEL. This is the exposure lock button.

First Series

  1. The first series of Konica single-lens reflex cameras used the Konica F lens mount, named after the first camera to use it.

Focal Plane

  1. Or the distance from lens mount to focal plane.

Second Series

  1. The second series of breechlock FD lenses (1973 - 1979) lenses is inscribed "S.C." or "S.S.C." in red on the front of the lens mount.

Earlier Versions

  1. The earlier versions of these lenses are designated "AL", "Aspherical", or "Fluorite" on the front of the lens mount.

Digital Camera

  1. Dust and dirt entering through the lens mount of a digital camera can be seriously detrimental to image quality.

Red Dot

  1. Any Canon EOS camera with both a red dot and a white square on the lens mount can take both EF lenses and EF-S lenses.

Standard

  1. Canon FL refers to a lens mount standard for 35mm single-lens reflex cameras from Canon.
  2. Canon FD (Lens Mount): The Canon FD lens mount is a physical standard for connecting a photographic lens to a single-lens reflex camera body.

Body

  1. A MgAl chassis for the mirror box, screen support, and sensor support, stainless steel for the lens mount and very good plastic for the body.

Plastic

  1. But basically the body and the lenses and the lens mount appear to all be plastic.
  2. But the dial is strong and firm, and best of all, its got a METAL lens mount (not plastic).

Bellows

  1. To do macro photography, you need bellows or extension rings that fit your particular camera and lens mount.
  2. The bottom and sides of the bellows or contractable conduit are defined by the fixed housing 24 and lens mount 26 which overlap for external light shielding.

Shutter

  1. Its big feature was that it was flash-ready (hence the name); the lens mount had two flash terminals, synched to the shutter, to attach to a flashbulb unit.

Focal

  1. Second, AI-S lenses with a focal length of 135mm or longer are indicated by a special ridge on the lens mount (used by FA, F501, and F4 only).

M42

  1. What set these cameras apart from any earlier Pentax was the removal of the M42 lens mount.
  2. M42 is the common name given to the 42mm screw fit lens mount used on many manual focus SLR cameras.

Pentax

  1. Pentax were now to adopt the lens mount that would see them through the next 30 years.

Mounting

  1. Another possibility is the use of adaptors that allow mounting a lens for one system on a camera with a different lens mount.

Mount

  1. The Pentax K mount is a lens mount standard for mounting interchangeable photographic lenses to 35 mm single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras.

Camera

  1. Cameras are usually shipped with a round cap covering the lens mount on the front of the camera.
  2. Beginning on the front of the camera, a switch next to the lens mount, sets the focus mode to Manual, Single Servo, or Continuous Servo.
  3. If the lens mount is fixed, this means that you cannot put a different lens on your camera.

Canon

  1. In conclusion, and especially if Canon is your lens mount of choice, then this is a great camera to use when you want to take advantage of APS format.
  2. Canon introduced this system in 1987 along with the EF lens mount standard.
  3. It was the last professional-level manual-focus camera from Canon and thus the last of them to use the Canon FD lens mount.

Nikon

  1. Canon EOS-1D Mark II is a better choice unless you are committed to the Nikon lens mount.
  2. Nikon "F" lens mount accommodates wide range of Nikkor lenses.

Lenses

  1. Olympus simply coupled the aperture ring on their lenses to a lever in the lens mount which tells the camera's exposure system what it is set at.
  2. Well, my first body had something wrong with the lens mount, it took all my strenght the mount and remove the lenses.
  3. Non-AI, Pre-AI (also called NAI) refers to the original Nikon F bayonet lens mount and lenses introduced in 1959 for the Nikon F camera.

Lens

  1. The aperture and shutter adjustments are both on the front of the camera, the lens and lens mount.
  2. To re-attach the lens, align the red dot on the side of the lens with the red dot on the lens mount on the camera body.
  3. If you choose to focus manually, just flip the switch by the lens mount to M from AF and use the ring around the lens.

Lens Mount

  1. The focal length of the lens on most adjustable cameras is marked in millimetres on the lens mount.
  2. The lens mount also contains contacts that will match up with contacts on the lens ring mount to allow the camera to control the lens.
  3. The lenses attach to the camera using a lens mount, which often also contains mechanical or electrical linkages between the lens and camera body.

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  1. Camera Body
  2. Science > Physics > Optics > Lens
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