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I have an Olympus C-770 camera and it says that the lens is 63mm and I was wondering if a 62mm UV Filter would work on it.

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According to Olympus, you must use the CLA-4 lens adapter tube to attach a filter to the C-770. The CLA-4 tube then will accept any 55mm filter.

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