OLYMPUS OM-2n SLR 35mm Film Camera W/ G.Zuiko 50mm f1.4 Lens

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OLYMPUS OM-2n SLR 35mm Film Camera W/ G.Zuiko 50mm f1.4 Lens
►Released in 1975, Made in Japan
►IN THIS KIT:

1) OLYMPUS OM-2n SLR 35mm Film Camera 

2) Olympus OM-System G.Zuiko 50mm f1.4

►DESCRIPTION:

The Olympus OM-2n is an aperture-priority automatic-exposure camera (with full manual operation selected via switch), based on the earlier, successful Olympus OM-1 body. The OM-2n was introduced in 1975, and combined the light, sturdy camera body style of the manual-only OM-1 with a new automatic exposure system. It is essentially an OM-1 with increased functionality, while adding aperture priority auto-exposure shooting with the flip of a switch! It requires a battery to operate however it takes modern SR44 batteries which can be easily and affordably purchased everywhere today.

The lens we have paired here is the top-of-the-line 50mm 1.4 Zuiko lens - one of the finest primes lens available and pairs beautifully with the Om-2n. The 50mm also makes for an excellent starter lens that is versatile for all occassions of photography.

Review of the OM-2/n system by Casual Photophile here.

Read more about the OM-2n here.

►Power Source:

2 x SR44 (silver oxide

►CONDITION:

Camera - Great overall condition, there are faint signs of usage from normal wear, particularly at the bottom of the camera, as well as some minor scuff marks at the back facing of the camera around the edges, please see detailed product images for reference of the camera's cosmetic condition. Clear and bright viewfinder, No signs of scratches, fog or fungus, there are specs of dust present in viewfinder however it does not obstruct your view or the general usage of the camera. No shutter squeak. Fully functional, battery and film tested. 

Lens - In excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically. Glass has no scratch, fog or fungus present, with some dust particles present, the dust will not have any effects on the final results of your images.