I agree, don't do it. For not much more, you can buy a used 4T.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Terazawa" <jimt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 2:31 PM
Subject: [OM] OM4 vs OM4T
> Are you thinking of replacing the OM-4 p-board (printed circuit board)
> with the -4Ti board ?
> If I were you, I would think it twice or not to do it at all unless you
> absolutely sure you need it.
> According to url:
> it appears the replacement of the board seems to be economically
> not suitable (around 300USD).
> FYI, I have an OM4 with fading LCD. I cannot replace with a brand new
> LCD for it because it is no longer available. And I will not replace the
> LCD even with the another 4 because of its delicate installation procedure
> (of course I wouldn't dare to do it by myself).
> Jim Terazawa
> P Bernad wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Could you help me in any of these questions?
> > I've got a OM4. I'd like to know if it is worth to update the
> > to the newer OM4T like. I do not know if it makes a lot of difference,
> > much it could be and where to do that. Does it affect the metering
> > quality?
> > Pablo
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