Focus: Manual by scale - 1m/3', 1.5m/5', 3m/10' and infinity. Lens: 40mm f/2.8 Olympus D. Zuiko, 4 elements, three groups. Appears to be a front-element focusing Tessar. Close Focus: 2.9' (0.9m). Diaphragm: f2,8 - f/22. Shutter: 1/40 or 1/200, automatically selected. No bulb setting. Film Speed: Third stops from ASA 25 - 400, except ASA 32. Filter Size: 43.5mm screw in
Olympus OM-20, Zuiko 50mm f 1:1,8
One of the first pictures I took with this camera. Great result!
The camera Olympus OM-20 is compact and easy to use. Lens Zuiko 50mm f 1:1,8 is amazing. I got it for 25 euros. Very soft defokus deep and sharp in goal. Sharp enough for landscapes.
I do not like the plastic thumb loading frame.The highest speed is 1000, which is a problem when shooting with 400ASA. No manual mode, but can be used exposure correction in A mode.
Generally the camera is compact and convenient with light viewfinder, but the Olympus OM-1 is preferably of such a lens.
Lens - Olympus Zuiko 35mm f/3.5
Focusing Range - 1 m to infinity
Shutter Speeds - Automatic
Film Speed Range - ISO 25 (DIN 15) to ISO 1600 (DIN 32)
Focusing System - Zone focusing by slider control
Loading Film - 35mm
Self Timer - Yes
Battery - Two 1,35 volt Mercury batteries PX675 - or 675ZA (1.4v Zinc Air) or AG13/357 silver oxide
Dimensions - 103 w X 65 h X 40 d mm
Weight - 230 g