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While disconnecting a lens from my Olympus OM1 camera, a rectangular shaped piece of plasic fell out of the camera. The plastic piece is a foggy looking material and the center has a small clear lens like surface. The plastic piece is about 3/4" by 1-1/4" in size. What fell out and where does it go?

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That is probably one of the two curtains on the lens shutter, check if both plastic parts are closing the lens objective when the camera is off.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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