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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter de Groot View Post
    I think the smallest system would be the pentax 110. Useless but it is the smallest.
    But it was so cute! Too bad the 110 film system wasn't better.
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    As has been said, when it comes down to size the Pentax auto 110 is hard to beat.

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    If you want the smallest 35mm with all those features, you must be looking for an OM4T with the associated small lenses, The 110 cameras are smaller, but getting common batteries are the least of your problems!

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    Getting film is even harder for 110 It's an obsolete format Like 116, 126, 828 etc.

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    Smallest practical system will be Olympus OM's. They're compact and reasonably quiet.
    The Pen F is more compact but the sound is sharper & IMO noticeable. It's also 1/2 frame
    so to get a similar size enlargement the grain would be more obvious.
    Effective focal length of the lenses will be different be cause of the smaller format the same
    as digital sensors.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter de Groot View Post
    I would recommend the Olympus ME Super. I have one of those and I like it a lot. Got a nice little kit together. Only need a 24 mm wide angle lens with it. Or 35 would be nice to.
    Olympus OM-n, Pentax ME Super...you mixed them up, or are you using a home brewed b*stard unit?!

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    The Olympus OM2s also offers a "spot" metering function, although it isn't as refined as in the OM4 or OM4T.

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    I favor the OM-1 and OM4T

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    My OM-1 and OM-4 are both smaller than my Contax 139Q, and the OM-1 weighs one ounce less with the winder-2 attached compared to the Contax with winder. If the 110 format was still viable, then the Pentax 110 would far and away beat almost everything on the market.

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    OM10 weighs even less - but it is a bit bigger than the OM1.

    Lots of people put 'em down but I've got 3 OM10's (along with 4 OM1's) and they are robust and handy little cams. Very cheap right now. Take great pics.

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