Please don't hesitate to ask me any doubt regarding this conversion.

This 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!
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