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Olympus Trip 35 40mm 2.8

€125,00 EUR
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SKU: A0002W 1327DB

Excellent Olympus Trip 35 40mm 2.8 rangefinder camera. Tested and working there is no damage on the camera. The camera is in good condition.

The Olympus Trip 35 is a fully-automatic 35mm compact camera, manufactured by Olympus from 1967 to 1984, during which time over ten million units were sold, though this oft-quoted figure is likely to have included later plastic-bodied Olympus cameras with Trip branding, as the original Trip 35 had serial numbers going up to around 5,400,000. The auto-exposure mechanism is effectively solar-powered by a selenium cell surrounding the lens, and consequently the camera runs without batteries. Until June 1978, the shutter button was silver-coloured metal. After that date, all Trips had a black plastic button.


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Olympus Trip 35 40mm 2.8

€125,00 EUR

Excellent Olympus Trip 35 40mm 2.8 rangefinder camera. Tested and working there is no damage on the camera. The camera is in good condition.

The Olympus Trip 35 is a fully-automatic 35mm compact camera, manufactured by Olympus from 1967 to 1984, during which time over ten million units were sold, though this oft-quoted figure is likely to have included later plastic-bodied Olympus cameras with Trip branding, as the original Trip 35 had serial numbers going up to around 5,400,000. The auto-exposure mechanism is effectively solar-powered by a selenium cell surrounding the lens, and consequently the camera runs without batteries. Until June 1978, the shutter button was silver-coloured metal. After that date, all Trips had a black plastic button.

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