Week 73 – Olympus OM-PC


Produced between 1985 and 1987, the OM-PC was the last consumer level model in Olympus’ OM line. It features program, aperture priority, and manual modes.

Aperture is selected by a standard ring on the lens. Shutter speed is adjusted using a ring on the camera body behind the lens in similar fashion to the rest of the OM cameras.

My example was an eBay bargain. It sports a 35-70 zoom lens. When it arrived the mirror was loose, but a quick dab of superglue fixed it. I’ve loaded a test roll of Kodak Hawkeye traffic surveillance film.

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