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(11)EP 1 835 730 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
18.07.2018 Bulletin 2018/29

(21)Application number: 07251120.7

(22)Date of filing:  16.03.2007
(51)Int. Cl.: 
H04N 5/225  (2006.01)
G03B 17/14  (2006.01)
G02B 7/14  (2006.01)

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Lens barrel photographic device and production method of same

Fotografische Vorrichtung mit Objektivtubus und Herstellungsverfahren dafür

Dispositif photographique à barillet de lentille et son procédé de fabrication


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MT NL PL PT RO SE SI SK TR

(30)Priority: 17.03.2006 JP 2006074685

(43)Date of publication of application:
19.09.2007 Bulletin 2007/38

(73)Proprietor: Nikon Corporation
Tokyo 108-6290 (JP)

(72)Inventors:
  • Fujiwara, Makoto
    Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-8331 (JP)
  • Katagishi, Yuuichi
    Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-8331 (JP)

(74)Representative: Whitlock, Holly Elizabeth Ann et al
Maucher Jenkins 26 Caxton Street
London SW1H 0RJ
London SW1H 0RJ (GB)


(56)References cited: : 
GB-A- 2 187 856
US-A- 2 649 024
US-A- 2 618 201
US-A1- 2004 252 991
  
  • ANONYMOUS: "Lens mount" [Online] 20 June 2007 (2007-06-20), , INTERNET , XP002438938 WIKIPEDIA Retrieved from the Internet: URL:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lens_moun t> [retrieved on 2007-06-20]
  
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Description

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION


1. Field of the Invention



[0001] The present invention relates to a lens barrel, a photographic device and production methods of the lens barrel and the photographic device.

2. Description of the Related Art



[0002] In the Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication (A) No. 2000-121904, a lens barrel is proposed to enable to change a diaphragm to cut off harmful rays in accordance with the size of the image circle. However, a prior lens barrel cannot reduce effects of catoptric light due to bayonet mounts.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION



[0003] An object of the present invention is to provide a lens barrel and a camera system enabling to reduce effects of catoptric light.

[0004] A lens barrel according to the invention is defined by appended claim 1.

[0005] A photographic device according to the invention is defined by appended claim 6. Further embodiments are defined by the dependent claims.

[0006] In the present invention, an object to reduce effects of catoptric light is achieved by changing the arranged position or the size of bayonet mount projections.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINFGS



[0007] Below, the present invention will be explained in detail based on the embodiments illustrated in the figures, wherein

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a lens barrel of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a camera body of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view of the principal parts along an optical axis showing the inside of the camera body in FIG. 2 where the lens barrel in FIG. 1 is fitted, and a cross-sectional view of line III shown in FIG. 4A.

FIG. 4A is a cross-sectional view of the principal parts along line IVA-IVA in FIG. 3.

FIG. 4B is a cross-sectional view of the principal parts along line IVB-IVB in FIG. 4A.

FIG. 4C is a view showing a frame format of a lens barrel and an imaging device, and an arranged position of mount projections.

FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of the principal parts along an optical axis showing the inside of the camera body where a lens barrel according to a comparative example of the present invention is fitted, and a cross-sectional view of line V in FIG. 6.

FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view of the principal parts along line VI-VI in FIG. 5.

FIG. 7 - FIG. 10 are cross-sectional views of the principal parts corresponding to FIG. 4A showing the inside of the camera body where each lens barrel according to other embodiments of the present invention is fitted.


DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS


First Example



[0008] As shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, a lens barrel-type imaging equipment represented by single-lens reflex camera typically includes a lens barrel 10 and a camera body 30. A lens barrel-side fitting part 11 held on the back of the lens barrel 10 is detachably attached to a body-side fitting part 60 held on the front of the camera body 30.

[0009] To the inside of a barrel body of a lens barrel 10 shown in FIG. 1, multiple optical lens groups (not shown in the figure) are attached movably in the direction of an optical axis. As shown in FIG. 3, a camera body 30 holds a low-pass filter 31 and an imaging device 32. The imaging device 32 includes magnifying-type solid-state image sensing devices such as CMOS other than CCD.

[0010] A reason to provide a low-pass filter 31 is following. In the imaging device 32 of the camera body 30, a phenomenon called a false color or a color moire can occur resulting in a different coloring from an actual one when a light with high spatial frequency enters in a single pixel of the imaging device 32. This phenomenon can be reduced by setting the low-pass filter 31 at an object side of the imaging device 32.

[0011] As shown in Fig. 3, to the inside of the camera body 30, a mirror box 40 is attached at a predetermined position relative to body frames 30a and 30b of the body 30. The imaging device 32 and the low-pass filter 31 are attached to the body frame 30b at a predetermined position. Note that a body frame 30c is attached to the back of the imaging device 32.

[0012] A mirror not shown in figures is placed in the mirror box 40, which leads an object light entering parallel to an optical axis in the direction of a finder when not taking pictures; and which leads an object light in the direction of the imaging device 32 by moving the mirror when taking pictures.

[0013] As shown in Fig. 4A, the imaging device 31 is rectangular in shape when viewing vertically from an optical axis L1, which is smaller than a rectangular cross-section of an inner opening site 40a of the mirror box 40. A cross section of an inner opening site of a body frame 30b shown in FIG. 3 is rectangular as well as that of the inner opening site 40a of the mirror box 40. On the other hand, a cross-section of an inner opening site of a body frame 30a positioned at the object side in the direction of the optical axis L1 of the mirror box 40 is circular. To the front of the body frame 30a, a ring-shaped body-side fitting part 60 is attached.

[0014] As shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 4b, the barrel-side fitting part 11 held on the back of the lens barrel 10 is ring-shaped in the whole to accommodate the shape of the lens barrel 10. On the barrel-side fitting part 11, a barrel-side fitting plane 14 is formed substantially vertical to an optical axis L1 of an optical lens group. The barrel-side fitting plane 14 can be attached tightly to a body-side fitting plane 64 formed on a body-side fitting part 60 of a camera body 30. The body-side fitting plane 64 is also substantially vertical to the optical axis L1 of the optical lens group.

[0015] Both of the barrel-side fitting part 11 and the body-side fitting part 60 are made of metal, and can be detachably attached in the so-called style of a bayonet mount. That is, as shown in FIG. 4A, three barrel-side mount projections 12 are formed at unequal intervals in the circumferential direction on the imaging surface side in the direction of the optical axis in the barrel-side fitting part 11.

[0016] As shown in FIG. 4B, barrel-side mount projections 12 are extended out radially from a cylindrical inner circumference face 15 of the barrel-side fitting part 11. Three barrel-side mount projections 12 arranged along the circumference as shown in FIG. 4A are connected in the circumferential direction by a cylindrical stiffened member 16. The radial thickness of the cylindrical stiffened member 16 is approximately a half or smaller of the radial width of the mount projections 12.

[0017] As shown in FIG. 2 and FIG. 4B, body-side mount projections 62 are formed on the inner circumference face of the body-side fitting part 60 at the position corresponding to the barrel-side mount projections 12 at unequal intervals in the circumferential direction. The inner diameter of the body-side mount projection 62 is equal to or slightly larger than the outer diameter of the cylindrical stiffened member 16. The outer diameter of the barrel-side mount projection 12 is slightly smaller than the inner diameter of the body-side fitting part 60 without body-side mount projections 62.

[0018]  The lens barrel 10 in FIG. 1 is fitted to the camera body 30 in FIG. 2 as follows: the mount projections 12 in the barrel-side fitting part 11 shown in FIG. 1 are pressed into the inside of the body-side fitting part 60 at the position in the circumferential direction where body-side mount projections 62 shown in FIG. 2 are not formed.

[0019] After that, the lens barrel 10 is rotated around the optical axis L1 to put the mount projections 12 of the barrel-side fitting part 11 in the imaging surface side of the body-side mount projections 62 of the body-side fitting part 60 where the lens barrel 10 is fitted to the camera body 30 in the bayonet-type.

[0020] As shown in FIG. 4A and FIG. 4B, a circular-shaped electric contact holding member 70 is fixed on the imaging surface sides in the direction of the optical axis of the cylindrical stiffened member 16 of the barrel-side fitting part 11 and the mount projections 12. The electric contact holding member 70 is comprised of an insulating member such as plastic, and two or more barrel-side electric contact points 72 may be placed on the outer circumferential face of the holding member 70 for example. These barrel-side electric contact points 72 are detachably connected by rotation to each body-side electric contact point 74 placed on the inner circumferential face of a body frame 30a.

[0021] In the present example, the electric contact holding member 70 is fixed at the barrel-side fitting part 11 as shown in FIG. 4A so that the most of the holding member 70 is above the upper long side of an inner opening site 40a with a rectangular cross-section in the mirror box 40. When fixing the electric contact holding member 70 at the barrel-side fitting part 11, at least barrel-side electric contact points 72 has to be placed above the upper long side of the inner opening site 40a with a rectangular cross-section.

[0022] Further, as shown in FIG. 4A, three barrel-side mount projections 12 are placed at unequal intervals in the circumferential direction so as to satisfy the following relationship: one of three barrel-side mount projections 12 is above (outside) the upper long side of the inner opening site 40a with a rectangular cross-section, another mount projection 12 is outside the right short side of the inner opening site 40a, and the last mount projection 12 is below (outside) the lower long side of the inner opening site 40 a. It means that the mount projections 12 placed on the lens barrel 10 are not exposed at four corners 11a, 11b, 11c and 11d of the opening site 40a where only the cylindrical stiffened member 16 is exposed.

[0023] Note that the arranging position in the circumferential direction of the body-side mount projection 62, which forms a bayonet structure in pairs with the barrel-side mount projection 12, is same as that of the barrel-side mount projection 12.

[0024] As shown in FIG. 5 and FIG. 6, in a lens barrel 20 according to a comparative example of the invention, three barrel-side mount projections 22 are placed at equal intervals on the barrel-side fitting part 21 regardless of the shape of the cross-section of the inner opening site 40a in the mirror box 40. Therefore, as shown in FIG. 6, a part of the mount projection 22 placed on the lens barrel 20 is exposed at four corners 21a, 21b, 21c and 21d of the opening site 40a when viewing the direction of the lens barrel 20 from a low-pass filter 31. The mount projections 22 are exposed at two of the four corners, 21a and 21b, and the exposed area is large.

[0025]  The light 50 passing through the inside of the lens barrel 20 can pass through the low-pass filter 31 to enter an imaging device 32, or can be reflected on the face of the low-pass filter 31 instead of passing through it.

[0026] Usually, this catoptric light hits the inner surface of the camera body 30 or the lens barrel 20, diffuse to fade, or be absorbed, but in rare cases, it can enter the imaging device 32 after reflecting again on the end face of the bayonet-type mount projection 22 placed on the lens barrel 20. This second catoptric light can hit at the inner surface of the camera body 30 if reflecting regularly on the end face of the bayonet-type mount projection 22, but actually, it rarely reflects regularly since there is microasperity on the end face of the mount projection 22 due to machine process.

[0027] When the second catoptric light 52b and 52c enter the imaging device 32, it is possible to become a ghost or a flare to deteriorate picture quality. Note that the light ray 50 can reflect on the imaging device 32, and also in the case of a silver salt film camera, on the surface of the film. In the end face in the optical axis direction of the barrel-side fitting part 21, the projection 22 has a broader width in the radial direction, where more catoptric light may hit to easily increase ghosts and flare.

[0028] Therefore, in the present example, the above-described configurations of the bayonet-type mount projections 12 and 62 solve the above problems. Hereinbelow, the arranged position of the mount projections 12 will be explained. An explanation on the mount projections 62 will be skipped since they have the same arranged position as the mount projections 12.

[0029] As shown in FIG. 4C, the mount projections 12 are arranged to avoid the vicinity of four corners 11a, 11b, 11c and 11d of a light flux L with a rectangular cross-section that goes from the lens barrel 10 to enter the imaging device. 32. Actually as shown in FIG. 4A, the mount projections 12 are arranged not to overlap four corners of the opening site 40a. Therefore, the mount projections 12 are not on the diagonal line of the low-pass filter 31, and not exposed on the inside of the opening site 40a.

[0030] When viewing the lens barrel 10 from the low-pass filter 31, four portions of the barrel-side fitting part 11 placed on the lens barrel 10 are exposed at four corners 11a, 11b, 11c, and 11d of the opening site 40a as shown in FIG. 4A. However, the exposed area is small and the effect of the catoptric light is low since the exposed portions are not the mount projections 12.

[0031] As the mount projections 12 are not exposed on the inside of the opening site 40a, the catoptric light 51 from the low-pass filter 31 does not enter the mount projection 12 as shown in FIG. 3. Therefore, the effect of catoptric light to reflect on the mount projection 12 can be reduced to prevent flares and ghosts and to minimize image degradation.

[0032] Further, when the lens barrel 10 is a bright optical lens barrel with F value of 2.8 or less, a telephoto lens barrel, or a large diameter lens barrel for instance, light passes right next to the barrel-side fitting part 11 causing that the catoptric light easily affects, and therefore, it is meaningful to prevent the catoptric light from entering the mount projection 12. Also, the effects of the present example are more significant when the distance between the imaging device and the mount projections are closer, e.g. when the imaging device is large (e.g. 24 mm x 36 mm or larger), or when the diameters of the barrel-side fitting part 11 and the body-side fitting part 60 are small.

[0033] Also, a coating material is applied on components such as a lens holding rim inside the lens barrel 20 (See FIG. 5 and FIG. 6). However, the coating may peel off to adhere to the lens or the low-pass filter 31 if applying it on the exterior of the barrel-side fitting part 21 that is rubbed when fitting the lens barrel 20 and the camera body 30. It is also unfavorable to apply a coating only on the mount projection 22 to prevent reflection, which is a protruding portion and may be easily rubbed and pealed off while removing the lens barrel 20 from the camera body. However, in this example, it is possible to obtain good characteristics as the configuration of the mount projections 12 and 62 prevents reflection instead of applying any coating.

Second Example



[0034] As shown in FIG. 7, in a lens barrel 10-2 according to the second example, the bayonet-type mount projection 12 has the same arranged position as the mount projection 22 according to the comparative example shown in FIG. 6. However, a notch 13 is formed on the mount projection 12a so as to avoid the inner opening site 40a of the mirror box 40 in the lens barrel 10-2 in the present example.

[0035]  The second example has advantages that it is easy to design and unnecessary to change in basic configuration of a bayonet-type mount projection 62 of the camera body 30 since the mount projections 12 can be arranged at equal intervals in the circumferential direction. Other configuration and effects in the present example is same as in the above-described first example.

Third Example



[0036] As shown in FIG. 8, in a lens barrel 10-3 according to the third example, each of two mount projections 12b are arranged on outside of the long sides in a cross-section of the inner opening site 40a of the mirror box 40. This configuration results in no exposure of the mount projection 12b on the inside of the opening site 40a. Other configuration and effects in the present example is same as in the above-described first example.

Embodiment



[0037] As shown in FIG. 9, in a lens barrel 10-4 according to the embodiment of the invention, the diameters of the inner circumferences of the barrel-side mount projection 12c and the cylindrical stiffened member 16 are designed equal to or longer than the length of the diagonal line of the inner opening site 40a of the mirror box 40. Also, both of a barrel-side mount projection 12c and a cylindrical stiffened member 16 are designed not to be exposed on the inside of the inner opening site 40a. Other configuration and effects in the present embodiment is same as in the above-described first example.

Fourth Example



[0038] As shown in FIG. 10, in a lens barrel 10-5 according to the fourth example, a barrel-side mount projection 12 is arranged similar to that in the first example. Each of two electric contact holding members 70a and 70b is arranged on the outside of the long sides of the cross-section of the inner opening site 40a in the mirror box 40. The outer circumferences of electric contact holding members 70a and 70b have barrel-side electric contact groups 72a and 72b respectively.

[0039] In the present example, the number of the contact points at each of the electric contact groups 72a and 72b placed on the each of the electric contact holding members 70a and 70b can be reduced since the electric contact groups 72a and 72b are divided into two to exchange signals between the lens barrel 10-5 and the camera body. As a result, the length in the circumferential direction can be reduced in each electric contact group 72a and 72b, and they can be arranged in a smaller space. Further, it results in increasing the flexibility in design regarding the space between the electric contact groups 72a and 72b and becoming easier to arrange each of the electric contact holding members 70a and 70b to avoid the inner opening site 40a of the mirror box 40.

[0040] Further, the arrangement to separate the electric contact groups 72a and 72b each other reduces interference between contacts, resulting in improving S/N ratio. For example, an electromagnetic ray may easily occur at a contact point for electric power supply where relatively large electric current passes. It can reduce an electric signal noise at a contact point for signal to separate a contact point for electric power supply from that for signal. Other configuration and effects in the present example is same as in the above-described first example. Note that the electric contact holding member where electric contact groups are placed is divided into four so that each can be arranged at the outside of four lines of the inner opening part 40a of the mirror box 40 respectively.

Other Embodiments and Examples



[0041] 
  1. (1) As shown in FIG. 4C, the mount projections 12 are described in the example to arrange all of them to avoid four corners 11a to 11d of the light flux L, but it is acceptable to arrange the mount projections 12 to avoid some of four corners 11a to 11d. In this case, effects of catoptric light can be reduced as well.
  2. (2) In the example shown in FIG. 8, the mount projections 12 are arranged above and below the opening site 40a, but it is acceptable to arrange them on the left and right of the opening site 40a. Also, four mount projections 12 can be arranged on the left, right, top and bottom of the opening site 40a. It is also acceptable to provide convexo-concave on the surface of the mount projections 12 for further prevention of reflection on the mount projections 12.
  3. (3) The examples or the embodiment described above is an example to apply the configuration of the present invention and the examples in a lens barrel, but it is also possible to apply the invention and the examples in a camera system holding such a lens barrel, a video camera, and a TV camera, and other imaging equipments.



Claims

1. A lens barrel comprising
a barrel (10) holding an optical system, a plurality of barrel-side mount projections (12) fitting the barrel on a photographic device (31) having an imaging unit that has a rectangular shaped opening, and
a cylindrical member (16) connecting the barrel-side mount projections along a circumferential direction of an optical axis, wherein
each of the barrel-side mount projections is placed outside of sides of the rectangular shaped opening to avoid corners of the rectangular shaped opening in a view from the optical axis direction in a state of fitting the barrel on the photographic device, said barrel-side mount projections are formed along and extending out radially from a circle with a larger diameter than the length of diagonal line of said rectangular shaped opening, and
the cylindrical member is placed outside of the corner of the rectangular shaped opening in a view from the optical axis direction in a state of fitting the barrel on the photographic device.
 
2. The lens barrel as set forth in claim 1, comprising
a barrel-side fitting plane placed parallel to said imaging unit, wherein
said barrel-side mount projections are arranged in a plane parallel to said barrel-side fitting plane.
 
3. The lens barrel as set forth in claim 2, wherein
said barrel-side mount projections are placed between said barrel-side fitting planes and said imaging unit.
 
4. The lens barrel as set forth in claim 1, wherein
a diameter of the inner circumference of the cylindrical member is designed equal to or longer than the length of diagonal line of said rectangular shaped opening.
 
5. The lens barrel as set forth in claim 1, wherein
said optical system is placed close to an object side relative to said barrel-side mount projections.
 
6. A photographic device (31) comprising an imaging unit having a rectangular shaped opening, and
a plurality of photographic device-side mount projections (62) to fit a lens barrel (10) according to claim 1 to the photographic device.
 


Ansprüche

1. Objektivtubus, umfassend:

einen Tubus (10), der ein optisches System hält,

eine Mehrzahl von tubusseitigen Montagevorsprüngen (12), die den Tubus an einer fotografischen Vorrichtung (31) mit einer Bildgebungseinheit befestigt, die eine rechteckig geformte Öffnung aufweist, und

ein zylindrisches Element (16), das die tubusseitigen Montagevorsprünge entlang einer Umfangsrichtung einer optischen Achse verbindet, wobei jeder der tubusseitigen Montagevorsprünge außerhalb von Seiten der rechteckig geformten Öffnung platziert ist, um in einer Betrachtung aus der Richtung der optischen Achse in einem Zustand des Befestigens des Tubus an der fotografischen Vorrichtung Ecken der rechteckig geformten Öffnung zu meiden, wobei die tubusseitigen Montagevorsprünge entlang eines Kreises mit einem größeren Durchmesser als der Länge der Diagonalen der rechteckig geformten Öffnung gebildet sind und sich von diesem radial nach außen erstrecken, und

das zylindrische Element in einer Betrachtung aus der Richtung der optischen Achse in einem Zustand des Befestigens des Tubus an der fotografischen Vorrichtung außerhalb der Ecke der rechteckig geformten Öffnung platziert ist.


 
2. Objektivtubus nach Anspruch 1, umfassend
eine tubusseitige Befestigungsebene, die parallel zu der Bildgebungseinheit platziert ist, wobei
die tubusseitigen Montagevorsprünge in einer Ebene parallel zu der tubusseitigen Befestigungsebene angeordnet sind.
 
3. Objektivtubus nach Anspruch 2, wobei
die tubusseitigen Montagevorsprünge zwischen den tubusseitigen Befestigungsebenen und der Bildgebungseinheit platziert sind.
 
4. Objektivtubus nach Anspruch 1, wobei
ein Durchmesser des Innenumfangs des zylindrischen Elements derart gestaltet ist, dass er gleich oder größer als die Länge der Diagonalen der rechteckig geformten Öffnung ist.
 
5. Objektivtubus nach Anspruch 1, wobei
das optische System nahe einer Objektseite in Bezug auf die tubusseitigen Montagevorsprünge platziert ist.
 
6. Fotografische Vorrichtung (31), umfassend
eine Bildgebungseinheit mit einer rechteckig geformten Öffnung und
eine Mehrzahl von Montagevorsprüngen (62) auf der Seite der fotografischen Vorrichtung, um einen Objektivtubus (10) nach Anspruch 1 an der fotografischen Vorrichtung zu befestigen.
 


Revendications

1. Barillet d'objectif comportant
un barillet (10) permettant de retenir un système optique,
une pluralité de parties saillantes de monture côté barillet (12) permettant d'adapter le barillet sur un dispositif photographique (31) ayant une unité d'imagerie qui a une ouverture de forme rectangulaire, et
un élément cylindrique (16) reliant les parties saillantes de monture côté barillet le long d'une direction circonférentielle d'un axe optique, dans lequel
chacune des parties saillantes de monture côté barillet est placée à l'extérieur des côtés de l'ouverture de forme rectangulaire pour éviter des angles de l'ouverture de forme rectangulaire dans une vue depuis la direction de l'axe optique dans un état d'adaptation du barillet sur le dispositif photographique, lesdites parties saillantes de monture côté barillet sont formées le long, et s'étendant vers l'extérieur dans le sens radial en provenance, d'un cercle ayant un diamètre supérieur à la longueur de la diagonale de ladite ouverture de forme rectangulaire, et
l'élément cylindrique est placé à l'extérieur de l'angle de l'ouverture de forme rectangulaire dans une vue depuis la direction de l'axe optique dans un état d'adaptation du barillet sur le dispositif photographique.
 
2. Barillet d'objectif selon la revendication 1, comportant :

un plan d'adaptation côté barillet parallèle par rapport à ladite unité d'imagerie, dans lequel

lesdites parties saillantes de monture côté barillet sont agencées dans un plan parallèle par rapport audit plan d'adaptation côté barillet.


 
3. Barillet d'objectif selon la revendication 2, dans lequel
lesdites parties saillantes de monture côté barillet sont placées entre lesdits plans d'adaptation côté barillet et ladite unité d'imagerie.
 
4. Barillet d'objectif selon la revendication 1, dans lequel
un diamètre de la circonférence intérieure de l'élément cylindrique est conçu comme étant égal ou supérieur à la longueur de la diagonale de ladite ouverture de forme rectangulaire.
 
5. Barillet d'objectif selon la revendication 1, dans lequel
ledit système optique est placé à proximité d'un côté d'objet par rapport auxdites parties saillantes de monture côté barillet.
 
6. Dispositif photographique (31) comportant
une unité d'imagerie ayant une ouverture de forme rectangulaire, et
une pluralité de parties saillantes de monture côté dispositif photographique (62) à des fins d'adaptation d'un barillet d'objectif (10) selon la revendication 1 sur le dispositif photographique.
 




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