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Complete User's Guide to Olympus Modern Classics Paperback – 1 Sep 1991
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He covers the “serious” Olympus cameras – from the original light(er) weight, fully manual OM-1 to the top-end multi-spot metering OM-4 variants and the “enthusiast” models: the automatic OM-10 to the OM-40 Program. There are a few omissions: the OM-20, although this is merely a variant of the OM-10 and Olympus’s first forays into the world of autofocus – the OM-30, OM-101 and OM-707. The OM-2000 is missed out also; however, since this model was manufactured by Cosina, most enthusiasts don’t consider it to be a “proper” Olympus camera.
Olympus’s Zuiko lenses – and compatible 3rd party manufacturers’ are discussed, as are such accessories as interchangeable focussing screens, tripods, films and filters. It is likely that the author could have gone into even more detail on every aspect of his chosen topic, but he has wisely stuck to the essentials and kept the word limit down to a manageable level.
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