A&P I have two 72mm filters, but no lens to put them on since I sold the 18-200

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  1. Girth

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    UV and Warming. Anyone interested? Both Hoya. Not free... make offer. :)

    I'll pay shipping.
     
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    $10 each shipped to 60187
     
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    What type of UV filter is it? Multicoated, etc?
     
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    need a 77 damn you:o:rofl:
     
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    I have 3 lenses that are 77mm. :hs:

    the only one I had w/ 72 was my 18-200 and its now gone.
     
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    once I get my hands on a 70-200, which I got to use this past weekend, I'll have 2:o:rofl:

    but wow...that 70-200 was nice...it was mounted on a friends D200, but damn:o.

    used his little 10mm (I think that's what it was) fisheye too:rofl:...pretty interesting stuff out of that:o.
     
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    Love my 70-200... and have the Sigma 10-20. Didn't want too much of a fisheye, that's why I bought it. Eventually though, I think it'd be fun to have a fisheye. 10.5mm maybe?
     
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    yeah, just looked up the info it's a 10.5:o

    they certainly make for some interesting photos:o

    need to find a copy of the 70-200, wish I had one for this weekend:rofl:...the 28-70 will have to do:o:rofl:
     

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