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Re: [OM] Sorry to post an on topic OM 4 question, but . . .

Subject: Re: [OM] Sorry to post an on topic OM 4 question, but . . .
From: Philippe <photo.philippe.amard@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2017 21:26:12 +0200
So it just occurred to me that you’re the first ever lucky owner of the first 
ever mirrorless OM T 4 ….

Just kidding ;-)

Wish you good luck as the gear is a gem not to be vandalized

Amities
Philippe


> Le 11 oct. 2017 à 15:56, Bill Barber via olympus <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
> a écrit :
> 
> My OM 4 (new circuit) has been sitting a while with no batteries. Yesterday, 
> I was trying to search out the bodies that had 2 screens into     which I had 
> John scribe grid lines. The mirror in the OM4 was in the up position 
> (apparently I must have released the shutter without batteries at some time 
> in the past.) No problem. Upon insertion of new batteries, I heard a few 
> little electrical sounds, as is not uncommon and nothing happened. Can't cock 
> the shutter, can't release the shutter, can't do a battery check and mirror 
> remains up. Question 1- What the heck is going on? No batteries, why would 
> anything occur that would screw up the circuit? Thought maybe it was bumpers 
> becoming stick so gently nudged the mirror down a little and it moved freely 
> (not stuck.) I'm I missing something obvious? Question 2-assuming the body is 
> toast or semi-toast, is there a way for me to get the mirror down, see the 
> focusing screen (or remove it) without making things worse?  My feeling is 
> that there is 
> some simple that just hasn't presented itself to me, yet. Oh, for inquiring 
> minds, I am still doing a good bit of film capture.  Bill "Scratching His 
> Head" Barber 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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