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Lens filter size.

Filter thread diameter required for Nikon, FF-CP10 NC (Neutral colour).
Camera Manual does not give this figure (24mm to 85mm equiv). Please assist. I have a panasonic dmc 20 need to know filter size looked everywhere

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The filter size for the FZ20 is 72mm.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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