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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #203300

For Sale: Olympus OM1N **SOLD**

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An extremely clean OM1N. I purchased this on Astromart, and never used it. It seems to work perfectly, and is a 9+ cosmetically. There is no battery, so I don't know if the meter works, but you don't need it for astrophotography. The shutter is smooth and the timer works fine. The focus screen, according to pictures I've compared, seems to be the desirable and expensive Beattie 82400. I'm no expert, but it is the only screen that seems to match. Email me for web location for this reference.
It includes everything in the picture.
A very clean Zuiko 50 mm 1.8f lens, with caps and Hoya UV/protective filter, an Olympus T-mount adapter to attach to your appropriate camera adapter, and a new in box 20" Cable shutter release with Autolock, that work perfectly on this camera.
This is the OM1 "N", which is a later model than the OM1. I've been told that this is more desireable since parts are more available. It is also the "MD" addition, which means that it can accept the motor drive system. Not needed for astrophotography, but helps resale.
Selling for exactly what I have in it. $180 shipped CONUS.
Paypal or money order perferred. Shipped upon receipt.
Thanks for looking
John Shwope

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