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    zeiss 85mm triotar

    Does anyone know what the filter thread size is for this lens?

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    Offhand, I can't remember if it's 42mm or 43mm, but I have one of these for the Contax RF mount at home. I'll check when I'm back.

    Meanwhile, you might want to contribute to the following thread with your triotar experience:
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    Quote Originally Posted by malheur 72 View Post
    Does anyone know what the filter thread size is for this lens?
    Probably 40.5
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    Yep, 40.5mm it is.
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