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    Please see my website for differences between the OM-2 and 2N.
    www.zuiko.com/PAGE14.HTML
    The best difference is that ALL 2N bodies have ALL the improvements ever made to the plain OM-2 over the course of it's production. Compared to very old OM-2 (serial number 100,000 to 200,000), the OM-2N is ultra dependable. Always use silver oxide batteries (MS76, SR44, G13, 357, 303) as alkaline (A76, LR44) and lithium (CR1/3N) batteries cause lockup and meter errors (these battery types came out after the camera was designed).

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    I love my OM2n, it's so compact with a 35mm lens so I carry it in my bag all the time. I never had any problem with it.

    OM2n is really cheap, of course, a OM4Ti would be a much better choice if you have extra money to spend.

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    You guys have to stop this - I don't need another 35mm camera!!! These OM's look so cool... and seem to have a lot going for them in terms of features...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl Dunbar
    All OMs have DOF preview.
    OM1, OM1n, OM2, OM2n, lenses, bellows,
    Varimagnifinder, (2x) 35SP, (2a) XA, 35RC, etc.
    I'm a sick person.
    No 2000? I've that and an OM1n. I've wondered for
    some time what made a 1n of a 1. Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancqu
    No 2000? I've that and an OM1n. I've wondered for
    some time what made a 1n of a 1. Dan
    Well, the 2000 is a different animal, eh? IIRC it's really a Cosina body. Nothing wrong with that, I suppose, but it's not built like a single-digit OM.

    Thanks, John, for chiming in regarding the fact that the 2n had all the invisible, internal improvements as well as the addition of TTL support for the T series flashes. We often forget those types of things.

    Earl
    Honey, I promise no more searching eBay for cameras.

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