is a very basic compact camera. I
got it for next to nothing in a thrift shop, so I tested it
nevertheless. There is nearly no information about this camera. It's
from the 1990s and has practically no features. Olympus revived the
"Trip" name which many years ago stood for small quality cameras. This
one has nothing to do with the old ones.
31mm F5.6 focus-free lens, min. focus ?m Flash indication in the viewerfinder window Size 112x70x55, Weight 175 gr. batteries included Limited DX code for ISO (only 2 contacts), auto wind, AE
view. Flash OK lamp. Viewer. Film type window.
from above. Just a shutter button and a mecanical film counter.
Seen from below. Rewind switch, does not rewind automatically. Battery compartment (takes 2 AA batteries). No tripod socket.
open. Buttons for fill-in flash and flash Off.
Film compartment open.
camera is incredibly basic. You slide it open and push the shutter,
that's all. There are no features except fill-in flash in backlight
situations and flash off. All the rest is automatic. The camera has a
fixed focus lens. The device between the viewer and the flash which
looks like a focus device is only working on the AM-20 model, which
shares the same body. Point and shoot as basic