Description & Specs.
Viewfinder: Standard Albada with parallax marks
Focus: Manual by scale visible through viewfinder
Lens: 40mm f/2.8 Olympus D
Meter: Selenium cell around lens
Exposure range: EV 8-1/3 (1/40 at f/2.8) to EV 17-1/6 (1/200 at f/27)
Film Speed: ASA 25/400
Aperture range: f 2.8 to 22

All features and specs has been tested and there are working properly. Shutter fires accordingly at all speeds.  The viewfinder is clean and free from blemish. Film crank gear, light meter (tested), film counter, shutter speeds rings and ASA dial are also in good working condition. Based from its outer and inner appearances, we may say that this precious gem from Olympus was rarely being used. The paint and body condition is as shown in the picture.

In the other hand, for you information, the four-element Tessar lens, still impressive today, gave high-quality images. If used with modern film emulsions, the results can be very good. The use of a selenium photocell to select the shutter speeds and aperture let novices use the camera as a "point & shoot", with good results obtained most of the time. And no battery was needed to power the camera, an important consideration when travelling where batteries might not be available.

As you can see in the picture, we may rate this Olympus Trip 35 for its overall condition; 8.5/10. Plus, we'll also provide a soft copy of the camera manual in English for your reference.

See how we grade our cameras! - HERE

Item Weight
+- 700gm

Sample Images from Flickr
Olympus Trip 35 Pool


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