I have a lovely old Olympus S from the 60s, but it has a wobbly lens barrel. After some poking around, it looks like I'm going to need to tighten the four screws that hold the whole lot onto the body. They're hidden under the leatherette covering, if I'm not mistaken, like a Canonet:
Olympus S Electro Set
by John Rodriguez
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This is stuck fast. I'm a bit unsure how to approach it; find a way to peel it back? It is very sung under the lens barrel. Cut it open where each screw is, keyhole surgery? Though I'm not sure where they are, or how well I could re-close the holes. Rip it all off and re-cover it? There are no ready-made kits on t'internet, this isn't exactly a very common camera. Even getting the old covering off (is it vinyl?) would be a right laugh, let alone doing it neatly. As ever, I appreciate your advice. It's a nice camera and the lens is great, it's one of those that just seems to work well, regardless of its fairly unremarkable specification.