Yesterday the nice lady from the local charity Op Shop, with whom I maintain a good rapport, called to say that someone had dropped off a bag of "old cameras" and would I be interested in taking a look at them. She said the asking price was $50 and she'd drop them off at my place on her way home. If I was interested. Well, despite the fact that I'm desperately trying to overcome my chronic GAS, I had to admit that I was interested, and she duly delivered a shopping bag, bulging at the seams. The contents are displayed below. Now, I have never had much to do with Olympus cameras, my Olympus collection to date consisting of a couple of rather tired OM-10s and a few lenses, so this assortment left me little bemused. I know the OM-2 was a step up from the OM-1 but not as good as the OM-2N, while apparently the OM-4 is about as good as it gets in the OM range, overshadowed only by the OM-4Ti. There's a nice assortment of prime lenses and some of the better Tamron Adaptall-2 SP zooms, and various other accessories such as a dedicated Olympus flash and a focusing screen, not even un-boxed. The cameras were in their original boxes and look virtually new, and they both came to life with fresh batteries. I'm beginning to learn to use them, discovering, for example, that the OM-4's fancy metering works only when a film is loaded, an enlightenment that greatly relieved a moment's anxiety. So, I went down this morning and gave the lady her fifty bucks, feeling the usual mixture of guilt and delight. Should anyone like to give an opinion of the haul, particularly anything related to the OM-4, I'd be very grateful.