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    get a Voigtlander 40mm/2 pancake instead. Sharper and already "chipped" if you want to go digital.

    http://www.cameraquest.com/Voigt_SL2.htm
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    "get a Voigtlander 40mm/2 pancake instead. Sharper and already "chipped" if you want to go digital."

    The Nikon 45/2.8 P is chipped. That's why Voigtlander chipped theirs.

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    I am hoping to process some film today using my new Nikon 45mm f/2.8P. Yes it is chipped. It works great on my F100 and my D300. On the D300 the color is really something.
    I will post some of the shots taken on film a bit later...if I'm happy with the results??
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    I had this lens and mounted it onto an FM2 it was a really great light weight and compact camera to carry around. My only concern was that it was so short that sometimes I'd have difficulty distinguishing the focus and aperture barrels when shooting. I bought my version new from Amazon at a bargain price and then when I sold it on ebay I made a profit. I sometimes wish I hadn't sold it, but that's always the way with gear isn't it?
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    That 45 is one of the main reasons I am considering purchase of an FM.
    As for the rangefinder oevre, it is a state of mind. Whether rangefinder or SLR, I tend to shoot the same way with one small exception: I can get closer for detailish shots with the SLR. Can't do that with a rangefinder unless you switch lenses to a short tele. My SP1000, in fact, thinks it is a rangefinder. But I shoot rangefinders, too, and love 'em dearly ...

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