The Olympus Trip 35 is a fully-automatic 35mm compact rangefinder camera, manufactured by Olympus from 1967 to 1984, during which time over ten million units were sold. The auto-exposure mechanism is effectively solar-powered by a selenium cell surrounding the lens, and consequently the camera runs entirely without batteries.
It is known for its simplicity of use and compact size, making it a popular choice for travel and everyday photography. The camera has a fixed 40mm f/2.8 Zuiko non-interchangeable lens, with four elements in three groups lens and a simple, fully automatic exposure system that allows users to focus on composing their shots rather than adjusting settings. This lens has a reputation for being extremely sharp, even in the corners.
The Olympus Trip 35 is a popular choice for beginner photographers and collectors due to its durability and classic, vintage design.
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