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Products include: (1980) Olympus Cameras of Maitani. By 1966, the press had already dubbed him "the camera magician." His technical acrobatics and engineering guts had amazed the camera world. The remaining challenge for Maitani was to take on the oversized, overweight, noisy 35mm SLR. Thus began a 5-year development program that would produce the OM-1 and, later, the remarkable OM-2. (1980) OM-10 with Cheryl Tiegs. (1979) United Press International. U.P.I. has Olympus cameras on assignment around the world. (1982) OM-G and XA2. XA2, the 7.1 ounce, go-anywhere compact combining pocket-camera ease with professional 35mm picture quality. (1989) Olympus Infinity Twin. We developed a unique autofocus twin lens system and put it inside one single camera. (1964) Olympus Pen Camera. Now - over a million happy tourists are traveling light, Pen camera tucked away in pocket or purse. Scopus, Inc. A Subsidiary of Berkey Photo Inc. (1991) Olympus IS-1. One camera with hundreds of options. The world's first integrated system Zoom Lens Reflex. (1983) Olympus OM-G. Created for people who bring poetry to their pictures. (1988) Infinity Superzoom. It just may have the most revolutionary technologies ever designed into a 35mm camera. (1981) Olympus OM-1. Photo: Mount St. Helens, May 18th, 1980. (1986) OM-PC with ESP. Electro Selective Pattern. The first camera in the known universe with ESP. (2000) Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 80. The world's smallest all-weather 35mm zoom camera. (1980) OM-10. So little money has never bought so much SLR. (1981) Olympus OM-2 Photographer David Deahl. We can turn your favorite OM-2 slide into a work of art. A 16x20 LaserColor print. (2002) Olympus Camedia C-700. And C-720 Ultra Zoom cameras create picture quality so real, your images come to life. (2002) Camedia D-550. Now, it's effortless to take and share your digital photos. The D-550 has a Virtual Dial for easy operation. And More!
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