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    The Olympus Trip 35 was my first 35mm camera (1973) because my Lubitel TLR died on too many films..........

    Still working that Trip:


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    For difficult lighting conditions, the Trip has exposure lock: just depress the shutter button halfway. It's really a small ingenious camera, too bad the meter on mine is dead.

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    I bought one for my son to take on a school 'trip'. I think it is a great anywhere camera, for taking to the beach or keeping in your car glovebox etc
    No batteries means just load with film and forget-always ready
    I did a little review here;
    Olympus Trip Review
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    I been shooting a little bit again with my Olympus Trip 35. Better results after getting to
    know it better.

    I recommend to take a look at the full size also. I love this cam :-)


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/lahnet/3439099342/sizes/o/


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/lahnet/3438284293/sizes/o/

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    Very cool, I once lucked out on a black Trip 35, even though I'm an Oly diehard, I was till not expecting such clarity from a camera that wasn't even designed for anything beyond casual snapshots.

    Your shots are very well exposed, and looks like you're a good distance-guesser

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    in the early 80s,i remember refusing a trip as a present,cos i thought it looked old fashioned.
    i think i ended up with a 110 camera.what an idiot.
    last year got one on ebay for 6 pounds,put some agfa scala and kodachrome in and i could not believe the lens quality and exposure accuracy.
    these cameras are ebays greatest bargains.they are tough and it's solar powered.
    all for the price of a few rolls of film.

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    Nice photos
    I got one of these from ebay for 1 cent about a year ago and it started my obsession with Olympus cameras.
    It's always surprising how well these humble little Olympus Trip's perform.
    I now have 3 of them and like leng them out to friends who want to try film photography.
    Have fun with your Trip
    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Antony View Post
    I bought one for my son to take on a school 'trip'. I think it is a great anywhere camera, for taking to the beach or keeping in your car glovebox etc
    No batteries means just load with film and forget-always ready
    I did a little review here;
    Olympus Trip Review
    Mark
    Dear Mark,

    I just read your Trip Review: good review! (I'll read your blog later)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lahnet View Post
    I been shooting a little bit again with my Olympus Trip 35. Better results after getting to know it better.
    I recommend to take a look at the full size also. I love this cam :-)
    Dear Lahnet,

    very nice shots. Keep them coming!

    I have two Trip 35s and love them both.

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