Seesaw on the double -- NEX-5N & Nikkor 105mm f2.5
Today, the last two of my Nikon lenses are gone. Over the years I have used quite a few Nikon manual focus lenses, from the 35mm f1.4 to the 300mm f2.8, but I never seem to warm up to them. Consequently, they didn't stay with me for long. The F-mount 50mm f1.4 and the 105mm f2.5 have been two of my more favourable Nikon lenses, which I have kept until today. I traded the pair with Adam, for the LTM Jupiter-9 85mm f2 and the Tamron Adaptall II 135mm f2.5.
I want to expand my M-Mount or LTM lenses, because they look more natural on the NEX-5N than most other adapted lenses, where the adapter is very thick. So far, I only have a Voigtlander 40mm f1.4, Leitz Hektor 135mm f4.5, and now the Jupiter-9. As for the Tamron 135mm f2.5, I had this lens before which I used on my Pentax *ist and I liked it, though not as good as the Takumar SMC 135mm f2.5, but is smaller and lighter. Besides, I don't even know how many lenses I have in the 40-58mm range, but I don't have too many 135mm lenses.
I don't even have the LTM to NEX or LTM to M-mount adapter yet, so I can't really even test the lens. It looks good though. Very nice build in silver finish. We will see how it pans out.