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Olympus OM-10

Olympus OM-10
Olympus OM-10 with winder and manual adapter
Maker Olympus Optical Co., Ltd
Type SLR
Lens mount Olympus OM mount
Dimensions 136 x 83 x 50 mm
Weight 430g (15.17 oz)
An Olympus OM-10 with a Sigma-brand lens
Olympus OM-10 (back)

The Olympus OM-10 is a 35mm single-lens reflex camera model that was launched by Olympus Corporation in June 1979. It is a part of the Olympus OM system.


  • Model: SLR camera automatic exposure control electronic shutter type 35mm focal-plane
  • Size: 136 x 83 x 50 mm
  • Screen size: 24 x 36 mm
  • Weight: 430g (15.17 oz)
  • Sensitivity range: ISO25-ISO1600
  • Mount: Olympus OM mount
  • Winding film: lever
  • Rewind film formula: crank
  • Shutter: Electronically controlled focal-plane
  • Shutter speed: B1-1/1000 seconds

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Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

  • Olympus History : OM Series Olympus Corporation History Page.
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