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    The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    Ok, so not quite mighty, but for $395 shipped including adapter with immaculate glass and excellent cosmetics I consider it pretty damn spectacular.

    Most of these f/2.8~f/4.0, the first two are f/2.5 I only stopped down because I was nervous about focus accuracy. I have plenty more from the day but in the interest of the couple's privacy I won't share them.

    If anyone else has shots with this lens please do share!









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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    Can a mod change the word "might" to "mighty" in the thread title? I was a little too eager to post and didn't type properly.

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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    Wide-open on the Leica M9. I used a 1.25x magnifier, and the 90mm lines for framing.







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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    Here are a few more, all wide open.








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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    hmmm 105/2.5 you say!

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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    I got mine for almost the same price and I love it.


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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    I just bought one in excellent condition for about 400$, as well.
    Focus seems to be spot on, but I have to shoot some proper portraits to see how good it really is.
    Any suggestions how to code it on the M9 or skip it altogether, since there is nothing really comparable in the Leica line-up?

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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    I want one. Have wanted one for years. Where did you get it?

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    Re: The might 105mm Nikkor-P.C 1:2.5 LTM

    On the M9, I use the 90mm framelines and also code the lens as an older 90mm Summicron.

    I picked up my LTM version and Contax version at RFF. I picked up an S-Mount version with a Nikon S4 several years ago.

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    Wide-open on the M9. Set to the 90/2 Summicron, and framed using the 90 framelines.

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