A few frames from…

The Olympus OM-1N…

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Olympus OM-1N, Zuiko Auto-zoom 35~70mm f/4 – 1/125s, f8½ – Fuji Neopan 400CN rated at ISO 200

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Olympus OM-1N, Zuiko Auto-zoom 35~70mm f/4 – 1/125s, f16 – Fuji Neopan 400CN rated at ISO 200

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Olympus OM-1N, Zuiko Auto-T 135mm f/3.5 – 1/250s, f8 – Fuji Neopan 400CN rated at ISO 200

Scans by Ag Photo Lab with minimal cropping and tweaking in Lightroom CC.

Look what I found…

The past few years have seen me becoming a bit of a repository for old photographic equipment, a rest home for elderly cameras and lenses, out of date rolls of film, instruction books and odd accessories. ‘You’re into photography, can you use this?’ is something I’ve heard a lot and the hoarder in me just can’t turn potentially useful things away…

My wife is adamant that I’ve lost track of what I’ve got and if I’m honest she’s probably right as a couple of nights ago I was rummaging through a box, looking for something else and I found these…

Olympus OM lenses

Two Olympus OM lenses, a Zuiko Auto-T 135mm f/3.5 and a G.Zuiko Auto-W 28mm f/3.5 complete with genuine caps and a hood for the 28mm.

Needless to say they’ve gone straight into my bag along with my recent OM-1N find and will be getting used sooner rather than later!