Lens Mount Identification
Retina Reflex DKL
Zeiss Ikon / Contax
Fuji X Digital
Minolta AF Digital
Minolta AF A
Leica R 1cam
Leica R 2cam
Leica R 3cam
Leica R 3rd
Leica R ROM
(44m Screw & Bayonet)
Miranda's lens mount was originally a 44mm screw mount.. They switched to a bayonet mount for the Sensorex. Some of their lenses have both mounts so they can be used with any Miranda body.
Olympus Digital E
Olympus Digital PEN
Pentax KAF Digital
Pentax 645 N AF
M42 semi auto
Pentax 645 MF
Pentax 6x7 MF
Petri only made one lens mount, but they also used M42 mounts. Some Petri lenses have Pentax K mounts but they were made by third party manufacturers such as Cosina. Petri bayonet and M42 mount lenses were excellent. The Cosina made lenses are not the same build quality but the optics can be quite good.
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.
Rollei 2 pin
Rollei 3 pin
Topcon / Exakta
Sony NEX and E mount are the same mount on sub-frame mirrorless bodies. The FE variant of the E mount is for full frame bodies.
The Sony A mount is basically a Minolta Maxxum A mount.
T-Mount & T2
Vivitar TX mounts look very similar to T4 mounts but they are not fully interchangeable. T4 mounts can be used on TX lenses but TX mounts can not be used on T4 lenses. TX mounts have slightly better automation.
T-Mounts thread onto telescopes, ,irror lenses and preset lenses. They do not offer any automation. T2 mounts are adjustable T-Mounts.
Tamron Adaptamatic mounts attach to the lens a bit awkwardly and are tightened to the lens by way of a large retaining ring. Adaptamatic mounts offer limited automation and can be tricky to attach. Tamron replaced the Adaptamatic with the Adaptall system which offers more control and is much easier to attach.
Sigma YS mounts are basically T-mounts with an aperture pin. They are adjustable and must be adjusted to achieve proper alignment of the aperture pin.
The Pentacon 6 mount was developed by Zeiss. Variants of the mount were used by Kiev 88 and Exakta 66.
The Reflex Korelle mount is a 40.5mm screw mount for 6x6cm medium format cameras.
Altix made cameras from 1938-1958. In WWII they also produced weapons.
Do not confuse this mount with a Leica 39mm mount. They are not compatible.