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The problem with using the Jupiter 8 on a camera with a cropped sensor isn't that the back of the lens will touch the sensor. The adapter ring, such as your "Tarion", insures that the rear of the lens will remain in front of the sensor since it establishes a registration distance for which the lens was designed. The problem is that the rear of the lens is ...
Contax/Yashica mount lenses can be adapted to Sony E-mount (not A-mount) and Panasonic/Olympus micro four-thirds and other mirrorless cameras, as well as Canon EOS-mount dSLRs. They cannot be adapted to Nikon F mount dSLRs with simple rings because of the flange distance issues, but you might be able to replace the mount with a Leitax kit; however the cost ...
If your lenses are for a Canon EOS they should be EF mount and they should work on Canon EOS dSLRs.
Krasnogorsk-3 has a Pentax M42x1 mount, though may be some models with Krasnogorsk bayonet mount. The lens mounted is the Meteor 5-1. f1.9 /17-69mm You can mount the M42 lens in mirrorless cameras, with the appropriate adapter. This lens was designed for 16mm film, so there are considerations using it on bigger frames. Seems not suitable for SLR as the ...
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