Kodak P880 & Filter size?

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  1. GrfxGuru

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    Hi all,

    I recently brought a Kodak P880 Easyshare and have to say I'm very impressed with the quality of images. I am looking to get some filters like a UV and Circular Polarizer for it, I know there is a lens adapter you can get to change to 55mm screw. My question is do I need this? I believe a 52mm will screw right on the lens from experiments in a store, and is this adapter useful for attaching 55mm lenses if needed?

    Many thanks for any help and suggestions.
    Peter.
     
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    If it has 52mm threads on the front, then you could use any 52mm filter.

    There are things called step-up rings...52 to 55 for example, which would allow you to use 55mm filters. But if you don't already have a 55mm filter, there would be no reason to get a step-up ring.
     
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    Thanks Mike, yeah I was also thinking that a step up ring would do the same thing at a greatly reduced price to Kodak's lens extension :)
     

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