For Sale: Olympus OM SLR Cameras

For Sale (Malaysia only)
Self-pick-up: Kelana Jaya near Big Giant | Poslaju: + RM 10.00 / item
WhatsApp / SMS: Azzief.Khaliq - 018 3841 677



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Olympus OM-2 SP Body #403 – Near excellent overall condition, fully functional, body clean and tidy, no dings or dents, leatherette tight and fit all round, minimal paint loss on film back frame and film tab area, clean and clear viewfinder, metering adjust well to changing light condition, shutter works at all speeds, smooth film wind, clean and tidy film chamber - RM 320.00



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Olympus OM-2n Chrome Body #231 - Deprecated!

Olympus OM-2n Chrome Body #121 - SOLD!



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Olympus OM-40 Program Body #004 - Very good external condition, minor brassing and a small painted over sign over left lug strap area, bottom plate clean, rubberized body finish looking good, fully functional, viewfinder clear with a few spots of dust, shutter sounds correct at all speeds, meter responding well to changes in lighting condition, clean and tidy film chamber, film transport smooth, Olympus OM-40 instruction manual - RM 200.00



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Olympus OM-1N Chrome Body #354 - SOLD!


The Olympus OM System cameras, introduced in 1972, is a lineup of 35mm single-lens reflex cameras, lenses, and accessories. Starting all-mechanical M-1 which was renamed OM-1 while the rest of the system was renamed the OM System, the design of the camera included a full-aperture TTL Cadmium-sulphide (CdS) exposure meter and a bayonet lens mount of relatively large diameter. Towards the end of 1970, the series was joined by the semi-automatic OM-2 and consumer-oriented OM-10, and later with the 'professional' OM-3 and OM-4, and consumer-level 2-digit OM’s which includes of the OM-20, OM-30, and OM-40. The cameras were accompanied by a series of Zuiko-branded lenses, as well as a generous selection of accessories. The majority of OM bodies and lenses are manual-focus only, with the OM-707 of 1986 being the only true autofocus model.


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