Olympus FTL

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The Olympus FTL [1] was a 35mm SLR sold by Olympus between 1971 and 1972. It was a transition model between the Pen F half-frame SLR and full-frame M-1. The FTL was a very traditional SLR with 42mm screw lenses.


Wide Angle Lenses[edit]

  • 28mm f3.5
  • 35mm f2.8

Standard Lenses[edit]

  • 50mm f1.8
  • 50mm f1.4

Telephoto Lenses[edit]

  • 135mm f3.5
  • 200mm f4


Despite the relatively short product life cycle, there was still a full range of accessories available for the FTL.

  • Set of three extension rings
  • Macro bellows
  • Focusing rail
  • Slide copier
  • Microscope adapter
  • Close-up lenses, two models
  • Repro stand
  • Electronic flash unit
  • Filters
  • Lens hoods

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Olympus FTL. John Foster, 2006.

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