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Originally intended for 16mm movie film and other small image formats, C-mount lenses can be adapted to mount and focus to infinity on mirrorless camera bodies such as the Olympus/Panasonic micro 4/3 and Sony NEX APS-C. These lenses often are tiny, very fast, and relatively cheap, especially for shorter focal lengths. My Instructable about using C-mount lenses, http://www.instructables.com/id/C-Mount-Lenses-for-mirrorless-micro-43-and-APS-C/ , concludes that C-mount lenses generally don't make impressive images using these larger sensors. Submit photos that prove me wrong....
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Thursday, 5th May, 2011 (GMT)
Thursday, 12th May, 2011 – Wednesday, 18th May, 2011 (GMT)
Thursday, 19th May, 2011 – Wednesday, 25th May, 2011 (GMT)
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An available light image of a Turkish tea set. One of my favorite test scenes....
|Submitted:||Sunday, 1st May, 2011 15:27 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Sunday, 24th April, 2011|
|Focal length:||12 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/40 sec|
|Notes:||Shot with a Pentax/Cosmicar 12mm f/1.4 using a C-mount adapter. Image cropped from about a 12mm diameter circle using GIMP.|
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