I have recently acquired an Olympus OM2-SP and would like to hear opinions of this camera from other users, please. I have put a film through this one and have the prints, which seem -to me- to be very well exposed -using the various exposure modes available on the camera. So far, the light meter, the exposure modes, the battery indicator, the viewfinder light, the delayed shutter release, and the audible signal all appear to be working (without shorting out the battery which, I understand, can be an issue). It came with a G Zuiko 1.4 lens, skylight filter and ready case and was in excellent cosmetic condition. However, there was a problem: once I had it at home and put a film in it (and the camera has gone back to see what to do about it), it skips frames. That is, after taking a shot, when you wind on (manually), the "interlock" appears to malfunction. Consequently, I lost 6 frames out of 24, as the shutter didn't cock and fire before winding on to the next frame (sometimes several in a row). This is something that was not evident without a film in the camera. Without film it appeared to work flawlessly: no winding or shutter operation issues whatever. With a second film, it just kept winding the film through without cocking the shutter, so I applied the rewind button and rescued the unexposed film for later use. At this point, the rewind button became stuck in the "down" position and the winder remained stuck in a half-way position, with the rewind button still down. (We are now waiting to see if it can be fixed -by the supplier- or if I get my money back: there's no problems there) Other than that, it would have appeared to be a desirable unit in excellent shape, and I'm still hoping it can be fixed. I am inviting any comments/experiences regarding the OM2-SP from other users.