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Don't know what a C-Mount Adapter is?? Here's what:

C-mount adapters are used to mount regular 35mm lenses to
video cameras and other cameras that use a c-mount type ring.
The c-mount standard is a thread 1" in diameter with 32 threads per
inch. If you have a video camera that has a lens that unscrews,
it probably uses a c-mount. The other industry standard you're
already familiar with, of course, is the t-thread.

Stellar Technologies International now offers c-mount adapters for
all lens brands, including Nikkor, Olympus, Pentax, Minolta, Canon,
and even Canon EOS AF lenses. Our c-mount adapter for Canon
EOS lenses is especially interesting since we developed it from
scratch in conjuction with a specialized manufacturer in Japan. This
model and is available exclusively through STI. Up to now if you
had EOS lenses, you simply were not able to use them on other
equipment. But no more!

For astrophotography, the most common use of c-mount adapters
is for mounting 35mm lenses to Astrovid, StellaCam, Mintron, and
other video cameras for wide-field photography of the sky. C-mount
adapters can also be used with QuickCams that use a c-mount..

Visit our website today for more information about all of our astro
accessories. You'll find that we have a lot of strange accessories
that can solve a problem for you.

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