Olympus O-Product

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The O-Product was a retro-styled, aluminum-clad point and shoot camera introduced by Olympus in 1988 as a limited edition of 20,000 worldwide (half reserved for the Japanese home market). Then internals were based on the Olympus Infinity Jr., with an autofocus 35mm f/3.5 lens. The matching detachable flash unit connects with a short rubber cable.

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  • "The Story of 'O' " in the Snapshots column, March 1989 Popular Photography (Vol. 96, No. 3; page 14).

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