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 Post subject: olympus om10
PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:43 pm 
i have just go given an olympus om10 and 2 lenes a 55mm and 200mm lens are thay to start with and can i get some more lenses for the camra cos i no it is an old one but a good camra as well. i all ways say you can learn more with a manual camra than a digital camra cos you have to do all the work your salf a digital it do it all for you :)[/img]


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Welcome;)

You have to look at what lenses the OM uses; which bajonet or mount.

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