Olympus OM2 MD Black 35mm Film Camera with Vivitar Auto Wide 28mm f/2 Lens and Lens Cap
Olympus OM2 MD Black 35mm Film Camera with Vivitar Auto Wide 28mm f/2 Lens and Lens Cap
Olympus OM2 MD Black 35mm Film Camera with Vivitar Auto Wide 28mm f/2 Lens and Lens Cap
Olympus OM2 MD Black 35mm Film Camera with Vivitar Auto Wide 28mm f/2 Lens and Lens Cap
Olympus OM2 MD Black 35mm Film Camera with Vivitar Auto Wide 28mm f/2 Lens and Lens Cap
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Olympus OM2 MD Black 35mm Film Camera with Vivitar Auto Wide 28mm f/2 Lens and Lens Cap

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This camera comes in perfect working condition, near mint.
Reconditioned with new light seals.

The Olympus OM-2 is an aperture-priority automatic-exposure camera (with full manual operation selected via switch), based on the earlier, successful Olympus OM-1 body. The OM-2 was introduced in 1975,[1] and combined the light, sturdy camera body style of the manual-only OM-1 with a new automatic exposure system.

One of the main selling points of the OM-2 was that all of the OM-1 accessories and lenses would fit without modification, offering a complete photographic system which could be carried easily, and allowing OM-1 owners an easy upgrade path. Although the camera was promoted in photography publications and magazines as technically superior, Olympus as a company did not have the same recognition as Nikon or Canon and, as a result, some professionals considered the cameras inferior due to their lighter weight.