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The OM-4 was the first camera with a built-in multi-spot-meter and can take up to eight spot measurements and average them. The interchangeable focusing screen, delivered with the camera, has split-image rangefinder and microprism collar focusing aids. The OM-4Ti also introduced a new electronic flash control system. The OM-4Ti overcame the problem of only high sync at 1/60 second, by having the new Olympus F280 Full Synchro flash pulse its light continuously over 40 milliseconds, long enough to illuminate the slit as it crossed the entire focal plane, even at shutter speeds as fast as 1/2000th second.
SLR Film Type
Eye-level with interchangeable screens.
Olympus OM Bayonet Mount
The light meter uses a dual concentric segmented silicon photodiode to provide spot or centerweighted readings.
Aperture preferred Automatic
1-1/2000th sec., B, Sync 1/60th (higher with certain flashes)
Manual, optional winder or motor drive
5.35 x 3.30 x 1.97 inches
Data backs and 250 exposure backs optional