Olympus OM-2SP (OM-2S Program) – Product of 1984 + ZUIKO 50mm f/1.8

Posted: December 11, 2011 in WaLL Museum!
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Last time we talked about the last Olympus medium format camera Olympus Six RIIB (or Olympus Chrome Six RIIB) – Product of 1955.

https://wallphotography.wordpress.com/2011/10/01/olympus-chrome-six-riib-product-of-1955/

We now move forward to 1984 to see how was the impact of Olympus OM system to the whole photography and camera world!

The first OM system camera was called “M-1” in 1973, but this was changed to “OM-1” as Leica owned the “M-1” trademark for her M system cameras.

From M-1/OM-1 to OM-4 Ti, Olympus OM was a superb system of efficiency and miniaturization. Here I used OM-2SP (a very balanced model) to illustrate the OM system.

Product of 1984. The Last model of OM-2 series, the only OM-single digit system camera with A, M and P mode.

1984年出產

OM-2系列的終極版

OM 單字系統所有相機中,唯一一台據P (Program)、A (Auto光圈先決)、Manual、Spot (點測光) 的經典名機!

OM-2SP = OM-2 Spot / Program

SPOT metering function. 據有SPOT點測光功能

Program function. OM-單字System 系中唯一一台有Program功能

ISO Dial. OM-2S PROGRAM 的 ISO 轉盤

ZUIKO 50mm f/1.8 Standard Lens

Light seal is perfect! 底片倉 – 雖然已二十多年,但倉內接近完美,Light Seal海綿亦良好

Olympus OM-system ZUIKO lenses are very famous with unbeatable quality and complete range (from an 8 mm f2.8 fisheye to a 1200mm f14 tele). It is also one of the reasons made OM system successful!

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Comments
  1. Rob says:

    Beautiful camera with a big and bright viewfinder. Very sturdy; will survive everything. Only be sure to have enough batteries with you, but they are easy to get and cheap.

  2. Good shots of the OM-2SP. Very well done!

  3. […] Olympus OM-2SP (OM-2S Program) – Product of 1984 + ZUIKO 50mm f/1.8 […]

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