I don't see that many 2S for repair. Mostly, problems are mechanical.
On Wed, Mar 11, 2020 at 4:10 PM Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I assume you do not still run a 2S, AG? I also assume that they are
> > unrepairable due to the unique electronics.
> I've run one roll of film through it since being in Alaska. But that's
> only because I've been shooting so intensely that I've been using
> digital to keep from going broke. The OM-4T and OM-3Ti have gotten
> more use, but are still hopelessly ignored unless I'm out on a
> specific photo trip.
> My OM-2S is quite "experienced" with somewhere north of 100 thousand
> photos taken with it. Other than the flaky ISO dial which has required
> a couple of CLAs through the years, it's been near perfect. I had the
> flash-circuit changed out as I was using it for wedding and event
> photography and the indicator light was draining the button cells. The
> only significant issue with my OM-2S is a very slight misalignment of
> the film which means that the frame is every so slightly out of square
> with the next frame.
> The OM-2S is easily the best "event/wedding" camera I've ever used.
> Period. The ability to control the light-ratio between flash and
> ambient is so incredibly simple.
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