bayonet base

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bayonet base

[¦bā·ə′net ‚bās]
(electricity)
A tube base or lamp base having two projecting pins on opposite sides of a smooth cylindrical surface to engage in corresponding slots in a bayonet socket and hold the base firmly in the socket.
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The camera's integral B4 bayonet mount allows direct docking with conventional 2/3 inch HD lenses.
On original carbines, these bayonet mounts were made out of steel, and I don't know how well a polymer mount would even work if used, but if you find yourself in a situation where you have to fix bayonets, no matter which rifle you have in your hands that is the mother of all bad days.
This optical-to-video adapter utilizes the same quick-change bayonet mount that an operator would use to change from a 10x lens to a 50x lens, with no tools required.
To attach the two, I had to find a reverse adapter designed to attach a lens backwards to the bayonet mount of a Pentax bellows.
The eyepieces feature a bayonet mount with a safety catch.
Finally, a dedicated PET syringe shield is connected using a spring-loaded bayonet mount for a safe dose drawing.
A bayonet mount used in a molecular beam epitaxy system is an example of this type of .
You use your existing Nikkor lenses and the AstroScope installs between the lens and the camera body in less that 10 seconds using the standard Nikon bayonet mount (with both a Nikon SLR AF [Auto Focus] Front Lens Adapter [FLA] and Back Body Adapter [BBA]).
Can you tell me how to remove the front sight and bayonet mount?
I attached a bayonet mount for the lens to a modified CFW-8 front plate.
It has the same bayonet mount as our camera body, and the knife edge is exactly the same distance from the front of the mount as the film is from the front of our camera body.
The all-new HA18Eu5.5 is a portable HDTV lens compatible with 2/3 sensor Bayonet mount cameras, covering the focal lengths of 5.5mm on the wide angle end to 100mm on the telephoto end.