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OLYMPUS - OM-2N (1979)

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Olympus OM-2N, here with tele 300mm 1/5,6 Vivitar

In 1975, the Olympus OM-2 is the world's first 35 mm reflex camera to be equiped with a TTL direct (Off-the-Film) light measuring system. This one is coupled with an automatic aperture priority mechanism.

This camera arrives on the market with the aura of prestige of the OM-1. It has in common with this famous one, the same ergonomics and its outstanding range of Zuiko lens.

The Olympus OM-2N is an improved version of the OM-2. Improvements of the version 2N are mainly electronical with the appearance of a led flash indicator in the viewfinder.

This camera was available in black or chrome.

Click here to download the entier user manual of the Olympus OM-2N (in english).

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