I have tried out a lot of the old analogue lens on a P65+
The Rodenstock 65 is very sharp for landscape scenes. It's also a small very high quality built lens. An extremely nice lens. Probably commands a premium price.
The Nikon lens are a mixed bag. Some are good and some are very poor. But to answer your question directly The SW 65 f4.0 S Nikon is very good, ( the Last S is important as it indicates the improved version )
The fujion SWD and CM series of lens are excellent. All are good. 65, 75, 90, 105, 125, 135, 150, 180, 210, 250
The wides are better than the long as image circle is too big on the long lens.
65,75 and 90 are very very good.
These Fujion SWD and CM lens would be very good on a Techno. You could buy all ten lens for the price of one digital lens, all with board and ready to use directly on the techno.