I have run a few rolls of film through my Olympus collection so I thought I would profile the "Time Share" Olympic team before I start to post some shots.
Olympus has always had sentimental value for me as the OM-10 was the first camera I acquired when I was in my teens, it started me on my photographic journey. The OM-10 still works as if it were brand new!
Along the way, it seems that my Olympus collection has grown a bit with the addition of some amazing Olympus rangefinders which offer excellent image quality and are great for street shooting.
I am always impressed with the Zuiko glass in combination with the OM-2Sp, OM-1 or OM-10 and the metering with these SLRs never lets me down!
I'll be posting a few "Olympic" shots as I ran a roll of Fuji Neopan 1600 through the OM-2Sp as well as a roll of Ilford HP5+, both rolls self-developed. I also ran two rolls of Kodak BW400CN through the 35SP & 35RC rangefinders and a roll of Fuji Nepoan 400 through the Olympus Trip 35.
Stay tuned folks
Part of my "Olympic Games" series ... shots tagged "Time Share's Olympic Games"