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Olympus OM4TI outfit
« on: September 29, 2008, 04:43:29 pm »

The Olympus OM4Ti outfit is now sold - Thanks
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Olympus OM4TI outfit
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2008, 04:36:58 am »

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For fellow film diehards - here is a trip down memory lane for you.

A very nice Olympus OM 4TI outfit for sale:

Olympus OM 4TI Body (Black Titanium body with interchangeable screen capabilty and the  adjustable eyepiece diopter which was not available on the earlier OM bodies. This one also has  the very useful optional front grip, and the larger rubber eyepiece #2) Widely regarded as one of the finest manual focus 35mm film bodies ever produced. It has a very sophisticated metering system with the usual center-weighted average metering, plus "highlight" or "shadow" compensation buttons - plus spot or multiple spot metering ( useful if you are one of those B & W "Zone system" practitoners ) The OM4TI offers Aperture Priority AE or full manual control.

Black H-Zuiko Auto-W 24mm f2.8,
Black Zuiko MC Auto-S 50mm f1.4,
Black Zuiko MC Auto-T 100mm f2.8.

Each Zuiko lens has the correct new lenshood, a new Olympus 49mm UV or skylight filter, front and rear caps etc. There is also one new 49mm Olympus polarizer and the original Olympus soft lens cases for the 24mm and 100mm lenses.

Dedicated Olympus F280 Auto Electronic flash with original Instruction book ( Auto TTL flash synch possible at ALL shutter speeds from 1/60 to 1/2000th on an OM4TI - great for daylight fill-flash )

There is a lot of beat-up Olympus gear on the market but this is a rare opportunity to obtain  OM equipment in this condition. These items were found buried away in a dealer's inventory when the store was being closed down. All items are unused and show almost no sign that they ever came out of the display case. Most items still have the original factory packaging with instruction books, original warranty cards etc. (*For folk to whom such things may be important - like collectors - it should be noted that there is no box for the F280 Flash and the 100mm may have been incorrectly boxed - the box is marked "E-Zuiko" - the lens is a "Zuiko MC")  

This is a very compact system  - all of this stuff will fit in a little LowePro Sideline Shooter waistpack and probably weighs less than my Mk 111 with a 24-105 zoom on it. Great lightweight travel camera for film buffs.

$1000.00 takes it all - payment by Credit Card/Paypal OK

If you are in the SF Bay Area you can arrange to come out and see it in the flesh. I have added a quick snapshot below but I will try to find the time to put some close-up photos online for anyone who is serious.
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