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Posted by Ed Slocomb on March 7, 2000 00:48:52 UTC

For 5.8 metric tons of Olympus info go here: http://brashear.phys.appstate.edu/lhawkins/photo/photo.shtml This guy has a manual for just about anything that touches film: http://www.chuckrubin.com/products.htm I have bought OM manuals from Adorama: http://www.adoramacamera.com/default.tpl If you have a specific question about Olympus cameras, just ask. I can probably answer it. The Hawkins site is so big it might take a while to find what you need to know. And last, and maybe best, call Olympus. They may send you a Xeroxed copy of a manual for free (they did for me several times). Find their telephone number at the link Kip gave you or look for one of their advertisements. Or maybe even e-mail `em.

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