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Written on: 22/07/2010 by Hudson Hawk (8 reviews written)
I owned one, an OM4 way back and loved it. It rang all the bells and pulled all the right whistles. I was out on one awful stormy day taking shots on the moors and dropped on a large rock and it bounced into a muddy puddle as I was getting back into the car...totally messed it up, smashed the viewfinder etc. :-( I got a quote for a fix, had it repaired but then got sucked into the autofocus thing and traded for a Canon EOS. Yes i loved that camera also but.... I missed the compact design of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2009 by RayC (1 review written)
Olympus OM4ti is an xcellent camera. Never had a problem with mine and with all the features available it is a truely fabulous camera. It is solid and yet easy to handle. Feels rugged in every respect but have a great look… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/04/2009 by geotrupede (1 review written)
The Olympus OM4ti is one of the best SLR camera ever.
Why? A precise, simple and reliable multi-exposure metering system that is still unmatched in the digital age. Nikon / Canon are absolutely trashed away.
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Written on: 25/08/2008 by Calum33 (7 reviews written)
The Olympus OM-4ti is the pinnacle of 35mm manual focus film SLR design. I have owned several OM cameras and have used many other 35mm SLRs. The OM-4ti simply has the best handling and the best metering system of them all. The camera is small and light for a professional model but is also very robust and is weather sealed allowing occasional use in the rain. Its Titanium body is much more durable than traditional brass construction. The only downside of this is that the paint doesn't seem to… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2008
My dad loved this camera, but (due to financial difficulties) sold it in order to help pay for me to go to university! I am trying to track one down to give back to him for his 50th birthday which is coming up soon. I live near London........ can anyone suggest anywhere i could get hold of one in decent enough condition??… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2004 by captainburke (1 review written)
I own many Nikon Cameras and I love them but the first camera I ever owned was a Olympus OM4ti I sold it and all the rest of my Olympus gear when I was hard up and had no choice I will always regret it. The only reason I now have Nikon cameras instaed of Olympus is because unfortunately Olympus sold out and decided to go down a different route than professional photography. I can honestly say that the OM4 was truely a superb camera and I would recommend it to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2003 by Burke Stores. (1 review written)
I was surprised to see the Olympus OM4ti here as it's been discontinued for some time by Olympus. If you have the camera already, it's a great collectible, but I'm not sure I'd recommend it to a new buyer as a user camera. For one thing, it's expensive, even used, and the camera is no longer in production, so getting it repaired or accessorized could be a problem. Zuiko lenses, while very good as new purchases, are relatively small in number, now well-used, and don't take kindly to rough… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2002 by howesey. (1 review written)
I have had many cameras over the years and my OM4-Ti is still one of the best manual SLRs I have come across. Its metering system is bar-none the most accurate and possibly the best you can get. Olympus have great accesories to go with their OM range as well. Hats down, it's a great camera!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2001 by John Orrell. (1 review written)
Possibly one of the best manual-focus SLRs any money can buy, the Olympus OM4Ti offers a performance, durability and build that puts to shame modern plastic SLR wonders.
Its multi-spot metering system has never been bettered by anyone. Its titanium housing makes the camera very light and robust. In terms of durability, it will probably out-live silver-halide film, just as used OM1s out-lived the mercury batteries their meters needed. Such is the quality of products from this company...
But… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2001 by Kraut. (1 review written)
I Bought my Olympus Om 4 in 1986 in Germany, This camera allowed me to take professional pictures. The main feature is that it can have a long term exposer from up to four minutes, that allowed me to take pics of the niagara falls at night I just placed the camera and clicked each picture took aprox. 3 minutes to take with an asa 64 slide film the outcome was perfect. It has all the features i want. The spot metering came in handy several times too when I took Pics on the Mountains with my 16… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2000 by William. (1 review written)
The OM4ti is an pro quality camera. Shamefully overlooked because it has no auto anything except an aperture priority. The Zuiko lenses are amongst the best on the market especially the macro lenses. If you do close up or product photography you cannot choose better. It is lightweight and rugged-ideal for harsh environments such as mountaineering. The OM4 offers full flash sync with the F280 flash gun-the first camera to do this. All zuiko lenses have depth of field preview. All in all this is… Read Full Review
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