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Old 10-11-2006   #1
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om 1 arrived today

the oly gear is starting to show up.
the om1 body and the 28/3.5 arrived today, in different boxes and from different states.

unfortunately, the 28-210 zoom that was attached to the om 1 was in 2 pieces. not a big deal as i hadn't planned on using it.

the 28 looks new and had a tiffen uv filter attached. it was in a lens case and had both caps with it too.
i'm guessing a lenshood will be hard to track down?

the camera has more heft than i remembered and is smaller than my zeiss ikon rf.

i'm looking forward to playing with it real soon!

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Old 10-11-2006   #2
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Joe,

The Oly lens hood for 50 1.4, 50 1.8, and 28 f3.5 are one and the same.

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Oh, the memories that combination (OM-1 + 28 f/3.5 Zuiko) stirs...

I spent two months backpacking through Europe in 1978 with my OM, the 28, and the 100 f/2.8 Zuiko. Used Kodachrome 64 and never felt a loss of speed -- nice shots inside St. Peters & the Pantheon in Rome with that 28.

I'm betting you'll enjoy the Oly big time!

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Having recently gotten back into my Canon FD cameras again big time, I can understand your pleasure in getting an OM-1. I'm looking forward to seeing your shots with it, joe.

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Great kit! I just expanded my OM-1 kit with the addition of a 24 2.8 and a 100 2.8. I have a couple of zooms, but I plan to use it like a rangefinder, with primes. You are going to love the camera.
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nice shot rollie and thanks for the hu.

i just put in a bid.

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Joe,

The Oly lens hood for 50 1.4, 50 1.8, and 28 f3.5 are one and the same.

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that 1.8 wouldn't have a hood attached, would it?

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Oh, the memories that combination (OM-1 + 28 f/3.5 Zuiko) stirs...

I spent two months backpacking through Europe in 1978 with my OM, the 28, and the 100 f/2.8 Zuiko. Used Kodachrome 64 and never felt a loss of speed -- nice shots inside St. Peters & the Pantheon in Rome with that 28.

I'm betting you'll enjoy the Oly big time!

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welcome steve.
i hope you have some rf's too

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Old 10-11-2006   #9
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I picked up an old Vivitar Series 1 70-210 zoom to go with a 35/2.8 & 85/2 kit for my OM-1. I was looking for a 200/3 Vivitar for her, but could not find one at what I thought was a reasonable price.

I keep my eyes open for a 200/5 every so often. I'm a prime sort of guy and the size of that lens as always attracted me. Plus having a 49mm filter size is very handy (like Nikkors and 52mm).

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I keep reaching for my OM-1 when I just need to get the job done and don't want the hassle of an antique rangefinder. They are just super grab and go SLR's. Not as well built as Nikon or Canon (IMO), but light and nimble, and the optics are very good - paticulary with the later era lenses. Most of my shots have been with the 28/3.5 and the 50/1.8, and they are always sharp and contrasty.
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I picked up an old Vivitar Series 1 70-210 zoom to go with a 35/2.8 & 85/2 kit for my OM-1. I was looking for a 200/3 Vivitar for her, but could not find one at what I thought was a reasonable price.

I keep my eyes open for a 200/5 every so often. I'm a prime sort of guy and the size of that lens as always attracted me. Plus having a 49mm filter size is very handy (like Nikkors and 52mm).

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Another vote for the VS1 70-210 zooms. VERY sharp, in all its versions. I have the f/3.5 kiron made version in OM. Extremely good value, too.

I am not familiar with the 200/5 you mentioned. That takes a 49mm filter? The 200/3 is very big, and uses a 72mm IIRC.
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I really like the OMs. Before I got into RFs I wanted an OM2, but I had to settle for an OM10.

Still use the OM10 for when I don't want to risk the R2a, I love it's tinyness.

I can recommend the Vivitar 24/2 for wide if you can find one, I have one.
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And the Tamron Adaptall's are unbeatable in terms of flexibility. The 90/2.5 macro, 80-200/2.8 are excellent. I wonder how hand-holdable the 500/8 mirror lens would be with the new image stabilized dslr bodies? If you can get two stops worth, then conceivably handholding it at 1/250 would be cool.
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I think Gene was regularly using OM lenses on an EOS, as well.
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Nice camera. I recommend the Zuiko 28-48mm wide zoom.
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who knew we had so many om guys here?

anyone have a winder, cheap?
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Old 10-11-2006   #17
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I bought an OM-1 recently as well. I now have the 24/2, 50/2 macro and 85/2 (single coated) for it. Lovely camera.

Here's a couple taken with the 85/2, first on Neopan 1600, second on Neopan 400.
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very nice.

i'd like to get an 85 or 100 prime but they seem to be at the more expensive end of the om lenses.
this kit was supposed to stay cheap.

as it is...i think i just bought a 300 om lens.

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I keep reaching for my OM-1 when I just need to get the job done and don't want the hassle of an antique rangefinder. They are just super grab and go SLR's. Not as well built as Nikon or Canon (IMO), but light and nimble, and the optics are very good - paticulary with the later era lenses. Most of my shots have been with the 28/3.5 and the 50/1.8, and they are always sharp and contrasty.

david, you need to get yourself a more modern rf

i've owned an oly system before and loved it but this kit is not gonna replace the rf in my life.
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I bought an OM-1 recently as well. I now have the 24/2, 50/2 macro and 85/2 (single coated) for it. Lovely camera.

Here's a couple taken with the 85/2, first on Neopan 1600, second on Neopan 400.
Are you the one that snagged the 21mm/2.0 on Ebay a few days ago? Do you have any pictures?


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very nice.

i'd like to get an 85 or 100 prime but they seem to be at the more expensive end of the om lenses.
this kit was supposed to stay cheap.

as it is...i think i just bought a 300 om lens.

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Looks like you are going to need a big bag soon, Joe.
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Looks like you are going to need a big bag soon, Joe.

got the bags but i'm thinking maybe a better tripod for the 300.

i have a great photo on my wall taken years ago with a 300, could have been an om. have no idea where the slide is though. i took it handheld but these days the hands are not as steady.
i'm looking forward to your parcel ray as it has the most in it!!

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the 28 looks new and had a tiffen uv filter attached. it was in a lens case and had both caps with it too. i'm guessing a lenshood will be hard to track down?
PM me with specific info about that 28; I might have a gen-u-wine Olympus hood that suits.


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i'm looking forward to your parcel ray as it has the most in it!!

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Must be getting close by now. I can imagine how you must be feeling right now - Christmas in October.
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Must be getting close by now. I can imagine how you must be feeling right now - Christmas in October.

the best part is how cheap this gear is now. i remember when it came out and i was buying it new and saving for it.

and having to plead my case to wife #1...ughh!

including the 300, all this gear will have cost about 300 bucks.
i just spent 1200 on the zeiss and the cheapest zm lens is 600 bucks.

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very nice.

i'd like to get an 85 or 100 prime but they seem to be at the more expensive end of the om lenses.
this kit was supposed to stay cheap.

as it is...i think i just bought a 300 om lens.

joe
Damn, Joe, it was a little over a decade ago that I had an OM-4T, OM-3, plus a 180mm f/2.8, 100mm f/2, and 35-70 f/3.6, plus a 300 f/4.5 that I used probably three times before getting rid of it (I just don't mix with teles above 135mm). All I have now, SLR-wise, is an OM-2n inherited from a dear friend who couldn't deal with manual focus any more (she's in her 60s...I told her to buy a Canon Elan 7) with just a 50mm f/1.8 and a set of extension tubes for close-up work, which is about all I use the camera for. Great camera system...wish they'd adopt more of the OM philosophy with their E-series digitals (instead of just pretending to).

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the best part is how cheap this gear is now. i remember when it came out and i was buying it new and saving for it.

and having to plead my case to wife #1...ughh!

including the 300, all this gear will have cost about 300 bucks.
i just spent 1200 on the zeiss and the cheapest zm lens is 600 bucks.

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Ah, but you know the score now: with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight, none of us really knew what we had then, did we?


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Ah, but you know the score now: with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight, none of us really knew what we had then, did we?


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how true.
when i think about all the 'classic' nikons and canons i also had at one time or another, it's hard to believe.

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I have a Motor Drive 1 with the pistol grip which I don't use. I'd like to trade or just give it to you. Send me a PM if you're interested.

PS: I only have a OM2000 body (Cosina ) but a lot of lenses. Love those Zuikos. See here:
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Shot countless wedding in the 80's and 90's with my trusty OM1 and Mamiya 645. The OM1 did all the candid and low light stuff inside the church - so quiet! Still have it but fungus and mould have taken over

But I always wanted an OM2 and picked one up a couple of weeks ago on ebay - God they're cheap - just have to find a good one.

No camera I've ever owned feels as good in the hands as an OM.

Will be developing the first film (HP5) tonight and will post some images if any take my fancy.

Hope you have fun with yours too!

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Some images:

1. OM-1 with 24/2 (digital)
2. OM-1 with 50/2 macro (NPH converted to B&W)
3. OM-1 with 50/2 macro (Neopan 400)
4. Canon 20D with Oly 50/2 macro (digital)
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I have a bunch of OM gear if anyone is interested. OM-4, OM-1's and 2's, 50's, 24-28-35-135 all 2.8's, hoods etc. Wouldn't mind selling it because I don't use it anymore.
How much for the 24mm?

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Nice OM1 - looks in excellent condition. Timeless design. Nice images too.

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Joe,

The Oly lens hood for 50 1.4, 50 1.8, and 28 f3.5 are one and the same.

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Barrett has already responded to Joe's need for a hood for the 28/3.5, but this is not correct. I think it's just a typo. The hoods (both metal and rubber varieties) that fit the 50/1.4 and 50/1.8 also can be used on the 35/2.8, not the 28/3.5. The 28/3.5 and 28/2.8 take the same hood, which is a flared, screw-in unit.

Both types of hoods are relatively easy to find on oBoy. I prefer metal to rubber. The metal hood for the 50 and 35; they are clamp-on reverse to store on the lens and allows the lenscap to be used at the same time.

Also, the hood for the 100/2.8 is the same hood used on the 85/2. The faster lenses (24, 28, 35, 100, 90) do command much higher prices than the f2.8 and f3.5 samples. I am entanced by the 35/2; Graham Batteson has some great 35/2 shots. 24/2 and 100/2 photos are a bit harder to find.

All this talk has me wanting to haul out an OM and give it some exercise. Which lens, which lens ....
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Most of my OM stuff was lost in a burglary about four year ago, all this talk is just opening up old wounds; I really really miss some of those lenses!
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PS: I only have a OM2000 body (Cosina ) but a lot of lenses. Love those Zuikos. See here:
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i'm very interested, will p.m. later.

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I still have my black OM1n I bought new back in 1980. I added a Om2s a decade later and a OM4 which I sold to a member here. I've always longed for the Zuiko 18mm lens. Enjoy it Joe, it is a wonderful system.
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I have a bunch of OM gear if anyone is interested. OM-4, OM-1's and 2's, 50's, 24-28-35-135 all 2.8's, hoods etc. Wouldn't mind selling it because I don't use it anymore.
the 35 is of interest.
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