Please don't hesitate to ask me any doubt regarding this conversion.
is the Olympus OM-System Zuiko 200/5
Our client and friend Nazmi from Istanbul was so generous to take these pictures. So we can take a look at this lens conversion.
|It has three screws at the bayonet base, which we have to remove.|
|But Nazmi is going to remove the black shroud too, I don't use to do it, but he has a plan...|
|After removing the three screws, it can be lifted.|
|Unscrewing the Olympus OM bayonet.|
|Now removing it.|
|We have to remove this lever.|
|Here it goes.|
|Now we have to keep this lever on the left side, to make the aperture ring control the iris.|
|To achieve this goal, Nazmi needed to remove these two screws....|
|.,. and made this piece to hold the lever.|
|This is how the holder works.|
|This is our Nikon-Zuiko bayonet.|
|I usually check the interior of the lens before installing the bayonet.|
If needed, I paint with a flat black marker the bright metal pieces that could be in the view.
But Nazmi wanted to put the black shroud again.
|He is going to glue it.|
|And the Nikon bayonet + shroud are working fine with this excellent Olympus lens .|
Thanks a lot for these great pictures!
|Back to the Olympus OM for Nikon
Back to the Olymous OM for Pentax Page