An autofocus 35mm SLR system from Olympus, announced at the dawn of the autofocus, but never gained popularity. It consisted of a single camera with programmed auto exposure mode, the Olympus OM707 AF (aka OM77AF), intended for amateur photographers. Two years later, it was supplemented by the OM101 Power Focus (aka OM88).
Olympus produced a very limited line of optics, which consisted of wide-angle and standard prime lenses, as well as zoom lenses with moderate speeds. The AF series lenses could be used on both the OM707 AF and the OM101 Power Focus (without autofocus), while the two PF series lenses were specially designed for the OM101 Power Focus. All lenses did not have aperture or focusing rings, since aperture control and focusing were carried out from the camera.
The older OM series manual focus lenses could be used in aperture-priority auto exposure mode.