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- A lens mount is an interface —mechanical and often also electrical —between a photographic camera body and a lens.
- A lens mount is the part of an interchangeable system lens that connects to the camera body.
- 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.
- Lens mount is a bit on the tight side.
- 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.
- These are typically red dots found on both the lens barrel and the lens mount.
- An adapter can also be attached to the lens mount in order to accommodate standard Four Thirds lenses.
- Lens mount accommodates full range of Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses.
- If you are looking for a specific lens, you can browse by lens maker or by lens mount.
- The frames have a lens mount on one end and a camera mount on the other.
- In motion picture cameras, different lens mount and camera gate combinations have exact flange focal depth measurements to which lenses are calibrated.
- The camera featured polycarbonate external construction with weather-resistant seals around buttons, dials and its Canon EF lens mount.
- A white lens mount index differentiates the lens from other EF lenses, which retain their traditional red marking.
- A white lens mount index differentiates the lenses from other EF lenses, which retain their traditional red marking.
- The general term for the type mount the EF lens mount is a bayonet mount.
- At the heart of the system is the EF lens mount, which replaced the previous FD lens mount.
- The manufacturers of these lenses have reverse engineered the electronics of the EF lens mount.
- Bayonet Lens Mount - A device that allows a lens to be quickly snapped onto a camera.
- For use with studio flashes, the RF645 body contains an X-sync PC terminal ideally positioned at the bottom left of the lens mount.
- 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.
- When index 30a is set to mark ".", the motor is stopped to cease the movement of lens mount 26.
- 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.
- 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 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.
- Inside the lens mount is a mirror.
- On the left of the lens mount is a button marked AEL. This is the exposure lock button.
- The first series of Konica single-lens reflex cameras used the Konica F lens mount, named after the first camera to use it.
- Or the distance from lens mount to focal plane.
- 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.
- The earlier versions of these lenses are designated "AL", "Aspherical", or "Fluorite" on the front of the lens mount.
- Dust and dirt entering through the lens mount of a digital camera can be seriously detrimental to image quality.
- 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.
- Canon FL refers to a lens mount standard for 35mm single-lens reflex cameras from Canon.
- 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.
- 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.
- But basically the body and the lenses and the lens mount appear to all be plastic.
- But the dial is strong and firm, and best of all, its got a METAL lens mount (not plastic).
- To do macro photography, you need bellows or extension rings that fit your particular camera and lens mount.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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).
- What set these cameras apart from any earlier Pentax was the removal of the M42 lens mount.
- M42 is the common name given to the 42mm screw fit lens mount used on many manual focus SLR cameras.
- Pentax were now to adopt the lens mount that would see them through the next 30 years.
- Another possibility is the use of adaptors that allow mounting a lens for one system on a camera with a different lens mount.
- The Pentax K mount is a lens mount standard for mounting interchangeable photographic lenses to 35 mm single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras.
- Cameras are usually shipped with a round cap covering the lens mount on the front of the camera.
- 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.
- If the lens mount is fixed, this means that you cannot put a different lens on your camera.
- 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.
- Canon introduced this system in 1987 along with the EF lens mount standard.
- It was the last professional-level manual-focus camera from Canon and thus the last of them to use the Canon FD lens mount.
- Canon EOS-1D Mark II is a better choice unless you are committed to the Nikon lens mount.
- Nikon "F" lens mount accommodates wide range of Nikkor lenses.
- 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.
- Well, my first body had something wrong with the lens mount, it took all my strenght the mount and remove the lenses.
- 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.
- The aperture and shutter adjustments are both on the front of the camera, the lens and lens mount.
- 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.
- 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.
- The focal length of the lens on most adjustable cameras is marked in millimetres on the lens mount.
- 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.
- 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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