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Old 03-23-2010   #1
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Olympus Pen EED

from bottom of the closet




Scale focusing can be hard to handle but here are some of it's images






http://dvll.smugmug.com/Street-Scene...87_LKk2c-L.jpg




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Old 03-24-2010   #2
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Well, that's certainly a camera to keep.
Wish I had found it at the bottom of my closet!
Please post some more pictures.

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Old 03-25-2010   #3
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Well, that's certainly a camera to keep.
Wish I had found it at the bottom of my closet!
Please post some more pictures.

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another eed shot
Old 03-26-2010   #4
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another eed shot

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Old 04-02-2010   #5
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Those are wonderful shots! I have an Olympus PEN EED in my closet too (happens to be on the top shelf which I can't reach without a step ladder). I was planning to sell it, but your post is making that less likely.... Perhaps I need to run another roll through her? May I ask what film were you using - I really like the colors!

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I use fuji superia 400 and 200
Old 04-06-2010   #6
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I use fuji superia 400 and 200

I use the cheapest available usually Fuji Superia and i get it developed and scanned at my local CVS. If I like the result I'll rescan later





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Those are wonderful shots! I have an Olympus PEN EED in my closet too (happens to be on the top shelf which I can't reach without a step ladder). I was planning to sell it, but your post is making that less likely.... Perhaps I need to run another roll through her? May I ask what film were you using - I really like the colors!

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Great picture! The white and blue lines make it.
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Old 10-24-2010   #8
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How did you get batteries for it ?
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Old 10-31-2010   #9
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Olá Guilherme, mais um tuga por aqui...
you have 4 options:
-I use a battery adapter, that change the 1.5v to 1.35v, if you buy one already made its expensive, if you buy material to make one, it costs around 6 or 7 euros, but it does take some work. emai me directly or give me your email and i'll send you some information about this.
-instead of making the battery adapter, you can modify the voltage inside the camera with an diode and then the camera will take a 1.5v battery directly.
-you can use a energizer 675 (or PR44) of 1.4v used with a ring around to fit the size of the camera chamber, very near of the 1.35v, that are easy to buy since they are used in hearing kits.
- you can adjust in the ASA, like: you are using a varta 525 1.5volt battery with a 400ASA roll, then put the asa setting in the camera in Asa200 or a little less like Asa 160 (this method is the one i like less)
i've use any of this systems in several cameras without problems.

Reparei agora que fui eu que te vendi a camara! O mundo é mesmo pequeno!
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