Re: [OM] Introduction

Subject: Re: [OM] Introduction
From: "Barry B. Bean" <bbbean@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 12:16:11 -0500 (CDT)
On Thu, 19 Aug 1999 19:40:40 -0400, Elmer Brum wrote:

>I have been thinking of getting a New OM 4Ti.  I have an OM 2n and OM 10,
>but reading the propaganda on the 4Ti's metering, really makes me want one.
>Although expense is an issue, I would seriously consider it if it were worth
>it.  I guess what I want, is someone to talk me IN to it! <smile>

It is ABsolutely worth the investment, although you can get a used 4T
for roughly half the cost of a new one, so don't rule out the used
market (I may be selling one soon). The three features that make the
4T my primary camera are: 

1) Multi-spot metering
2) OTF metering
3) aperture and mirror pre-fire

Although my OM-10 and OM-1n still get a good workout, and I'd hate to
go through a winter without my OM-1n to fall back on, the 4T shots
75-800f my film.


B.B. Bean - Have horn, will travel                              
Peach Orchard, MO                                       

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