I recently bought an black-bodied OM2n with a black-nosed 50mm/f1.4 off the big auction site for £89. It was already in pretty good working order but needed to get the light seals replaced and have the knurled rubber focusing ring re-glued to the lens. I wondered , momentarily, about attempting a DIY job myself but I decided to have my local pro have a look at it for me. He's a really nice guy and I trust him 110% with my gear, having bought most of my stuff off him over the past 10 years. Anyway, I went to collect the camera / lens from him today and he handed me a black-bodied OM1 with a 50mm/f1.4 on it!! Moreover, the lens was a silver-nosed version. He apologised and went downstairs and came back with a black OM2n which looked like it'd been through the wars a bit. This wasn't mine either!! At this point, I think he must have thought that I was winding him up but, as I'm sure you'll all understand, you know your own gear. My mate was adamant that he only had the two 'OM' cameras and that he'd stuck the focusing ring rubber on this lens but I wasn't having any of it. All good-humoured, I hasten to add. Thankfully, his missus went to their office and found mine. I have never been so relieved. It was a bit like that dreary film 'Changeling' when the parent knows it's not their kid but questions their sanity to the point where they almost end up with it anyway. Anyway, all's well that ends well and I'm thinking of making him an offer he can't refuse on the OM1 and silver-nosed 50mm. I do have a question, though. The OM1's match-needle isn't working properly. With a fresh battery, it does move slightly but the reading is not accurate. Can this be fixed / re-calibrated or replaced. Is this an expensive job? PJ.