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The Olympus OM-1 is a fully-mechanical, 35mm film SLR first produced in 1972, though back then youâ€™d never find an OM-1 on the shelves. Thatâ€™s because in its original iteration it was called the M-1, named to immortalize its legendary designer Yoshihisa Maitani.What is a Olympus 35mm SLR camera?
It is part of the Olympus OM system . The first model was presented at photokina in Cologne in 1972 and was called the Olympus M-1. Thirteen years earlier, the release of the Nikon F had made the 35 mm SLR the standard choice for professionals accustomed to Leica and other rangefinders, but it had driven the market towards heavy and bulky cameras.When did the OM-1 come out?
Introduced in 1972, the OM-1 was the first product in the OM Series. It earned wide acclaim as the world's smallest and lightest 35mm single-lens reflex camera.What technology is used in the OM-1?
Olympus improved and developed a wide range of technology in preparation for the production of the OM-1, including rust prevention technology for the steel materials used to reduce weight, pentaprism processing technology, and heat treatment and surface processing technologies to maximize durability.