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Is the quantaray 55mm lens hood compatible with a d40

Is the quantaray 55mm lens hood compatible with a nikon d40 18-55mm lens?

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Yes and no. no because the lens diameter of the 18-55 is 52mm and yes if you use a stepping ring that you screw on the 18-55 to accommodate the 55mm hood.

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