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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: John Hermanson <omtech1@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2008 08:59:50 -0400
That's right.  Plain 4 can develop a problem where turning the 
compensation dial makes the original asa setting shift.  4T/Ti has a 
better dial.  Plain 4 can be converted to these but takes about $75  in 
parts.

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Walters, Martin wrote:
> Moose:
> 
> "Oops, got you mixed up with another Martyn, I guess. :-)"
> Probably Martyn Smoothy - Cambridge UK, or thereabouts. 
> 
> 
> "The OM-4Ti is an improved version of the original OM-4. The titanium
> top and bottom plate make the camera stronger and the electronics have
> been improved to reduce the battery drain that was clearly too high in
> the OM-4. Support for the F280 flash, that was introduced at the same
> time as the OM-707 adds flash synchronisation at all available shutter
> speeds for easier daylight fill-flash."
> 
> Answering my own question, I believe the 4T had an improved ASA /ex
> compensation dial.
> 
> Martin 

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