Just a few words from me about a pretty little camera called the Olympus Trip 35. The Olympus Trip 35mm was born between 1967 and1984 (mine was born in May 1980). Over 10 million were produced and sold, so by no means is it a rare camera, but I do highly recommend getting one if you spot it going cheap!
I bought mine off ebay and it came with a skylight filter…I wanted it bad! I ended up paying £25 for it, which is more expensive than they usually sell for, but I can definitely say it’s worth every penny!
The lens is of amazing quality, and it constantly delivers crisp images with amazing colours… this is as good as my Nikon DSLR, which cost considerably more than £25 I can tell you!
The only problem I have with this camera is that the light meter isn’t happy with indoor shots (during the daytime). It moans and says, “no no no, it’s too dark!” I simply ignore this because I am too lazy to attach the flash. So I quite simply aim it at a light bulb, press down slightly and then move back to what I want to shoot…..and it works too! Muhahahaha – ignoring the rules at its greatest! But I must insist that you do not do this trick yourself as you may end up wasting some shots.
Anyways, here are some more examples of what this beautiful little camera can do!