Lens Mount Identification

Canon-Rangefinder.jpg

Canon Rangefinder

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cANON-RF.jpg
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Canon EF-m

Canon RF

Canon EF-S

Canon R.jpg

Canonflex R

Bronica

Bronica-GS1.jpg

Bronica GS-1

Bronica-ETRS.jpg

Bronica ETRS

Bronica-SQ.jpg

Bronica SQ

 
 

Canon 'new' FD

Canon FL Breech.jpg

Canon FL

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Canon EF

Contax & Yashica

Contaflex.jpg

Contaflex

Contax-G.jpg

Contax G

CY.JPG

Contax/Yashica

Contax-645.jpg

Contax 645

Yashica Af.jpg

Yashica AF

Contax-N.jpg

Contax N

Contax-RF.jpg

Contax Rangefinder

Contarex.jpg

Contarex

 
Exacta.jpg

Exakta

exakta-mount.jpg

Exakta

Exakta

 
 
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Fuji X-Fujinar

fuji-x.jpg

Fujifilm X

Fuji

Fuji-G690BL.jpg

Fuji G690BL

Fuji-GX680.jpg

Fuji GX680

Hasselblad

Hasselblad-1000F.jpg

Hasselblad

Hasselblad 1000F

Hasselblad-af.jpg

Hasselblad AF

Hasselblad-xpan.jpg

Hasselblad X-PAN

 
Hasselblad-.jpg

Kodak

 
Kodak-Retina-reflex.jpg

Kodak Retina Reflex

Kodak-Rangefinder.jpg

Kodak Rangefinder

konica-ar.jpg

Konica AR

Konica-F.jpg

Konica F

Konica

 
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Leica  R 1cam

LR-2-CAM.jpg

Leica R 2cam

LR-3-CAM.jpg

Leica R 3cam

Leica-R-3rd-CAM.jpg

Leica R 3rd

leica m.jpg

M Digital

Leica-Screw.jpg

Leica Screw

Leica-Visoflex.jpg

Leica Visoflex

SL-lens.jpg

Leica SL

leica-tl.jpg

Leica TL

 
Leica-R-ROM.jpg

Leica R ROM

Mamiya-645.jpg

Mamiya 645

Mamiya-645AF.jpg

Mamiya 645AF

Mamiya-6.jpg

Mamiya 6

Mamiya-RZ.jpg

Mamiya RZ

Mamiya-7.jpg

Mamiya 7

Mamiya-RB.jpg

Mamiya RB

mamiya-e.jpg

Mamiya E

Mamiya-645-N.jpg

Mamiya 645N

Mamiya

mamiya-tlr2.jpg

Mamiya TLR

 
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Miranda's lens mount was a combination 44mm screw and a bayonet.  Soligor was Miranda's primary lens supplier.   The majority of their cameras all had the same mount but small modifications were made thru the years.   Many of the their cameras and lenses are collectible.

Miranda

(44m Screw & Bayonet) 

Miranda

 

Minolta

Minolta SR.jpg

Minolta SR 

Minolta AF A.jpg

Minolta AF A

Minolta-AF-Digital.jpg

Minolta AF Digital

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Minolta Vectis

 
 
 

Olympus

Olympus OM.jpg

Olympus OM

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Micro 4/3

Olympus-Pen.jpg

Olympus PEN

om-af.jpg

OM AF

Olympus-Digital-E.jpg

Olympus Digital E

Olympus-Digital-Pen.jpg

Olympus Digital PEN

Pentax M42 Screw

PX-110.jpg

Pentax 110

Pentax K.jpg

Pentax K

PX-67-MF.jpg

Pentax 6x7 MF

Pentax KAF.jpg

Pentax KAF

PX-645-MF.jpg

Pentax 645 MF

Pentax KAF digital.jpg

Pentax KAF Digital

Auto_tak_35_35_bk.jpg

M42 semi auto

(aperture lever)

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Pentax 645 N AF

 

Petri

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Petri only made one lens mount.  They also used M42 mounts.  Some Petri lenses have Pentax K mounts.   Those were actually made by Cosina and not Petri.  Petri bayonet and M42 mount lenses are excellent.   The Cosina made lenses are not the same quality, though.    

This scenario was not unusual.   Cosina made many cameras and lenses for failing and successful brands.     Nikon's FM10 is 100% Cosina.    

Petri Bayonet

 

Rollei

Rollei-Medium-Format.jpg

Rollei Bayonet

Rollei-2pin.jpg

Rollei 2 pin

Rollei-3pin.jpg

Rollei 3 pin

 

Sigma

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The Sigma mount has two variations.  The first version has two bayonets to support heavy lenses.   That feature was not actually used so they remove the extra bayonet with the introduction of the SD14.    All Sigma AF bodies use the Sigma bayonet mount.   Early Sigma MF bodies used Pentax mounts.

Sigma SA

 

Sony

Sony-E.jpg

Sony E

Sony-Aplha.jpg

Sony Alpha

 

Topcon

Topcon.jpg

Topcon RE

Topcon-with-shutter-arm.jpg

Topcon / Exakta

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UV Topcor