A walk with an Olympus OM10

Spring is here, and yard sales season is on! Last month already brought home an Olympus OM10 SLR in excellent shape, mounted with a standard Zuiko 50mm f/1.8 lens.

A quick foam replacement and two PR44 batteries later (no introduction needed since you read the recent Polaroid and Ricoh articles), and let’s go! I unearthed a long time expired Kodak HD200 color film roll and went for a walk.

Until I write a proper review, please enjoy these satisfying results. I’ve got another Ilford FP4 roll awaiting development, and some DIY on a real gem found last Sunday (yes, I’m teasing).

Author: Laurent

In his thirties, film photography amateur, vintage cameras collector, precision DIY hobbyist.

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