Summary: Last week at the Venice Carnival the strap broke and my om4 was shattered. In a panic I rushed in to a local dealer to buy a replacement only to be told they have stopped making them and that I would have to buy the om-d. It is full of gimmicks. The instruction book runs to 130 pages.
Summary: After years of wanting an OM-4 , now that I have semi-retired I can afford an OM-4, my teenage daughter has secured an OM-4Ti with data back from Sth Africa on eBay , for about $500 AUDI have owned an OM-1 which was stolen , then Igot an OM-2n which I have owned since 1983, It has never given me any...
Summary: I have owned my OM4Ti for almost 20 years now. It's a wonderful camera and -- for its intended usage -- has zero defects. Olympus should have kept the OM alive and made a digital version of it, as Leica did with its M series. In fact, this is a camera that could challenge the Leica any day.
Pros: Impeccable build, utterly reliable, robust like a mini tank.
Cons: One only: that it is out of production. Olympus, give us a digital OM!!!!
Summary: Ok its two yeas since anyone wrote about this dream camera. So here it is. I owned one , an OM4 way back and loved it. I rang all the bells and pulled all the right whistles. I was out on awful stormy day taking shots on the moors and dropped it as I was getting back into the car..
Summary: When this camera hit the market it had feature's that 35mm user's only wished they had on there camera's; the spot metering taking up to "8" different reading's at once; just point camera at one hit memory and get correct exposure at that spot automatic; highlight & shadow button's show's light and...
Summary: The Olympus OM4ti is one of the best SLR camera ever. Cause >>> It has a precise, simple and reliable multi-exposure metering system that is still unmatched in the digital age. Anyway, its Titanium body is much more durable than traditional brass construction.