Olympus gear

andyw

Mu-43 Veteran
I received my new (to me) Olympus OM-2 kit today from a guy at work. Ti's an Olympus OM-2 body, 75-150mm f4 lens, Flash, electric winder, filters and all the orig books and instructions plus a beautiful leather case (see pics)

Everything is in as new condition!! I'm well chuffed! I really only bought it for the lens which is just like new!!!!!!

All for £42.50!

Here are the pics:
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
 

andyw

Mu-43 Veteran
Yeah, I'll pop it on the GF1 and see what i get. Should be good as the lens is spotless!

I will also get some B&W film and run it through just to see what it's like but I'm just chuffed about the lens really!:thumbup:
 

ajramirez

Mu-43 Veteran
Although I've never owned one, I find OM-1s and OM-2s to be among the most attractive camera bodies ever manufactured. Nice purchase. :thumbup:
 

thearne3

Mu-43 Top Veteran
Brings back memories...

I got my first OM-1 in 1975. Dropped in 2000' in Chamonix. Got another. Sold that and bought an OM-2s sometime in the 80's. Absolutely great stuff!

Eventually sold the OM-2, a 50mm f1.2, bracket and flash when the Canon G9 came out. I wish I still had the 50mm!

The flash is compact and great. You can still use it in Manual/Auto using wireless remotes. :thumbup:
 

marceloanelli

Mu-43 Rookie
I still owning in my arsenal a OM-2 and OM-2n, the zoom lenses I sell and muy prime lens with superior IQ. Still shooting sometimes films. Nice deal.
 

goldenlight

Mu-43 All-Pro
Ah, that brings back memories. I used to own both an OM1 and OM2, plus the 75-150mm zoom. Here's a pic (taken a long, long time ago) with the 75-150mm on my OM1, using Kodachrome 64 film. :smile:

Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)

View image in gallery

That's a real bargain you have there - I'd have been tempted, just for old time's sake. But boy, do I wish we had micro 4/3 in those days - I may not have crippled my knees carying too much weight up big hills (I used to carry Medium Format as well).
 
Top