Nikkor P.C 8.5cm F2 LTM

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The Nikkor-P.C 8.5cm f/2 was a significant lens introduced by Nikon. The medium telephoto lens was introduced in 1953 as Nikon’s first attempt at this focal length. The lens is based on the popular Zeiss Sonnar design and It was one of their best selling lens. The Nikkor 8.5cm f/2 was competing against likes of Leica and Canon with similar focal length offerings. The size advantage and smooth rendering makes the Nikkor stands out from the rest of the competition.  

 

Lens Version

Chrome Barrel

  1. Nikon S
  2. Contax
  3. Leica Screw Mount

Black Barrel

  1. Nikon S
  2. Leica Screw Mount (Rare)


Specifications

Lens Mount: Nikon S | Contax | LTM


Production Year: 1953


LTM Mount


Construction: 5 Elements / 3 Groups


Diaphragm: 10 Aperture Blades


Maximum / Minimum Aperture:  F2 - F32


Closet Focusing Distance: 1m


Filter Size: 48mm


Weight: 425g

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