A really nice consumer grade camera with flashy colors.
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The Olympus OM-10 is a consumer grade camera with its aperture priority function. You set the aperture and the camera does the rest for you. Internally the light is measured and the shutter speed is chosen accordingly. Because of its lightweight body and slim design the camera is easy to take with you. The flashy coulors also make for a great conversation starter when shooting. The excellent fast lens creates beautiful bokeh and lets in enough light for those pesky low light situations. Overall a great camera for the starting film photographer and anyone who wants a no-nonsense quick and easy everyday carry. This version of the camera has the external shutter speed control installed. This enables the user to set the shutter speed as well as the aperture making the camera totally manual. A great extra for the photographer thats wants a little more control while shooting.
This OM-10 has a 50mm f/1.8 lens. This is a fast all round lens perfect for any situation.
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