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If it's a Hoya HMC UV filter then yes.
By chrisr on 11 February 2015
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Yes
By Amazon Customer on 05 June 2017
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Yes ! Hope this helps .
By dave18bl on 18 June 2017
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Hi John - in short i do not know, i've looked on Nikon's site & can't find the answer. You need to see if the lens will take a filter and then you should know what size, look on the reverse of your lens cap; the size should be on that in mm's, there should also be a fine thread or grooves around the cap's edge which wo… see more Hi John - in short i do not know, i've looked on Nikon's site & can't find the answer. You need to see if the lens will take a filter and then you should know what size, look on the reverse of your lens cap; the size should be on that in mm's, there should also be a fine thread or grooves around the cap's edge which would indicate the lens will accept filters. if not contact your supplier or Nikon technical. Hope that helps.
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Hi John - in short i do not know, i've looked on Nikon's site & can't find the answer. You need to see if the lens will take a filter and then you should know what size, look on the reverse of your lens cap; the size should be on that in mm's, there should also be a fine thread or grooves around the cap's edge which would indicate the lens will accept filters. if not contact your supplier or Nikon technical. Hope that helps.
Cheers
Mal

By Eddy66 on 25 May 2014
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It will only fit if the thread on the end of your 50mm Nicon lens is 58mm. These filters are available in various sizes to suit the lens thread.
l would think that your 50mm Nicon lens probably has a larger filter thread than 58mm, so therefore check before buying.

By Mr. K. Bowyer on 02 July 2015
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If your kit lens is 18-55 a 58mm will fit.
By Elaine Sue Pierrepont on 10 November 2014
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The 58mm refers to the circular size of the front of the lens - think of it in terms of the different sizes of nut/bolt threads. The filter screws onto the front of your lens so you need to find out its size. A polarizing filter of the right screw thread size (Refer to your lens manual) will work on your lens and is … see more The 58mm refers to the circular size of the front of the lens - think of it in terms of the different sizes of nut/bolt threads. The filter screws onto the front of your lens so you need to find out its size. A polarizing filter of the right screw thread size (Refer to your lens manual) will work on your lens and is well worth buying. If you use autofocus a lot then buy a circular polarizer rather than a linear one. The difference between my hoya pro digital filter and the one you mention is quality; mine, for use by professionals, normally would be totally out of my price range at £90 but I bought it on Amazon for £24 an offer I could not miss; usually I would expect to pay about £30 for an ordinary Hoya polarizer which are very good. Hope this answers your question. see less The 58mm refers to the circular size of the front of the lens - think of it in terms of the different sizes of nut/bolt threads. The filter screws onto the front of your lens so you need to find out its size. A polarizing filter of the right screw thread size (Refer to your lens manual) will work on your lens and is well worth buying. If you use autofocus a lot then buy a circular polarizer rather than a linear one. The difference between my hoya pro digital filter and the one you mention is quality; mine, for use by professionals, normally would be totally out of my price range at £90 but I bought it on Amazon for £24 an offer I could not miss; usually I would expect to pay about £30 for an ordinary Hoya polarizer which are very good. Hope this answers your question.
By zen rockman on 23 March 2015
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if it is say 49mm on the front of lense than you need 49mm screwing filter to attach to a lense. 52mm will not fit. 50mm is the focal length of lense which is not related to filter. i suggest any filter you buy for this lense should have 49mm screwing size filter. hope this will help.
By Amazon Customer on 29 January 2017
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Should do. 58 mm is the diameter of the lens and the filter, so they were made for each other
By Kevin on 21 August 2017
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It is intended to screw into the lens. Your lens hood should fit over it.
By Peter Mann on 20 September 2016