Written on: 08/07/2013 by kdned (1 review written)
In the mid 70's I was a Wedding Photographer and switched from a pair of bulky but excellent Mamiya 330 F TLR's to a pair of Olympus OM's - one OM1n & an OM2n. As most wedding photos of the Bride & Groom are posed, I would use the OM1n with a Western Light Meter to ensure perfect exposures. I tended to use the OM2n as a backup set on Auto for speed particlurly for group shots. For precision photos, my preference was always the OM1n and to this day in 2013, I still have my orginal OM1n and it is still in pristine condition & fully working order
Whilst I went 'digital' many years ago, I still shoot Black & White film through the OM1n.
This camera is highly recommended - there are several on E-bay and well worth investing in - you won't be disappointed.
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