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I want to know if I can use a Hoya IR filter R72

I want to know if I can use a Hoya IR filter R72 on my 70-200 f2.8 lens with a D200 and get good results?????? Thanks Gary Joye

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Gary short answer a YES! You may need to increase the EV +1



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Since Tamron has never made a lens with a fixed focal length of 72mm, I assume the 72mm is referring to the filter thread. I also assume you mean the Hoya RM72 infrared filter. The "72" in the filter name is a description of the filter and has nothing to do with its physical size. One vendor lists the RM72 filter in sizes ranging from 46mm to 77mm. As long as you get the filter to match the thread on the front of the lens then it will screw right on.

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