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[OM] Re: OM 2N vs OM4T(i) - Relative reliability/repairability

Subject: [OM] Re: OM 2N vs OM4T(i) - Relative reliability/repairability
From: "Clay Nichols" <Clay.Nichols@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2008 10:50:33 -0400
Martin
I don't think anyone can fault your logic. But, if you buy an OM4T, you have an 
OM4T.

>>> "Walters, Martin" <mwalters@xxxxxxxxxxx> 4/4/2008 9:53 AM >>>

Unlike some on the list with multiple OM bodies, my (one and only) OM 2N
is on its way to John for a CLA/repair. So, I'm wondering about getting
either another OM 2N or a 4T(i) - and pondering my justification to the
CDFO.  I know the OM 2 is, and will remain, clearly repairable for a
good while. What about the 4T(i)? Some bodies are approaching 20 years
old. I presume that if the circuit board goes - the primary difference
between the two - it's either an expensive paper weight or a significant
repair bill.

Martin 


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