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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #174324

For Sale: Olympus OM1 SLR Camera + 50 mm 1.8 Zuiko Lens **SOLD - Thanks Jose!**

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Olympus OM1 SLR Camera. No battery (but if you are using it for astro photos you don't need it). I have used this camera for almost 4 years and love it. I am selling because I have two of them and have started into the world of CCD imaging. Has been serviced recently to ensure exposure and lubricants are dead on. No mold or issues. Normal wear on the outside and some scratches around the mounting screw on the bottom (from trying to put it on the tripod in the dark).

Includes a 50mm 1.8 Zuiko (standard) lens (what good is a camera body with a decent lens?.

It also has an installed Olympus #8 focusing screen and includes the original focusing screen and one other. The other was sold to me with the camera and I have no idea what it is. I never use it so it will come with the camera.

I am asking $125 for the whole package (but will entertain almost any reasonable offer).

Shipping in the US will be via priority mail and will cost $10 including insurance and packing.

I will take check or MO (must reach me and check must clear before item will be shipped). For immediate shipping, use PayPal (+ 3%).

Thanks for looking!

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