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I have a Lumix FZ200. It actually uses a 52mm diameter thread for the filter screw. I've read on another forum that the your Sony camera uses a 55mm thread and so you should be OK. I'd advise you to search around on Google to make yourself completely sure before buying. I've enjoyed using my filters. I particularly lik… see more I have a Lumix FZ200. It actually uses a 52mm diameter thread for the filter screw. I've read on another forum that the your Sony camera uses a 55mm thread and so you should be OK. I'd advise you to search around on Google to make yourself completely sure before buying. I've enjoyed using my filters. I particularly like that I can place multiple filters on the end of my lens and so can combine the effects of several filters. Hope this helps, Gary see less
By Gary, Stockport on 03 October 2015
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Yes it does..
By nigel40 on 28 April 2015
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Yes, I have no trouble at all with fitting lens cap over the filter.
Good Luck.
Donald

By Bluecashmere. on 03 June 2014
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I have seen the sigma 18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 dc macro os hsm for canon on the WEX website and in the specifications it states "Filter thread (mm) 62mm"
The best option would be to look at the lens (after removing the lens cap) It will state what the lens is: example 24-105mm 1:4 try to look for a circle with a ve… see more
I have seen the sigma 18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 dc macro os hsm for canon on the WEX website and in the specifications it states "Filter thread (mm) 62mm"
The best option would be to look at the lens (after removing the lens cap) It will state what the lens is: example 24-105mm 1:4 try to look for a circle with a verticle line through it followed by xxmm. This will indicate the thread size If 62mm then the filter should fit. This has worked for me since I got interested in cameras which has been many ,many years Hope this helps see less

By Colin Dunthorne on 29 April 2016
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if your camera as a 52mm thread, then the lens will fit, check your hand book for the lens size.
By K. B. Knowles on 22 May 2016
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Providing the lens you are using has a diameter of 58mm Look at the lens end and you will see it marked. I think the EOS 100D normally comes with a 58mm zoom lens.
By Slopey on 12 July 2016
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Using logic and common sense, I would say that if the Optic is 40.5m and the Canon lens states it is 40m then I would say that the optic is going to be .5 m bigger therefore would not fit. This is only my opinion suggest asking another photographer be it amateur or professional.
By Colin Dunthorne on 23 February 2016
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Hi I don't think so. On your lens, probably on the front rim, you will see a number which will tell you the size of the filter you need. I have a 50mm lens but it requires a 67mm filter. Hope this helps.
By GMS on 03 February 2016
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Looking at the filter it has thread on both the inside and outside
By Mordy Benaiah on 03 March 2015