The Olympus Trip 35 is a 35mm compact point and shoot camera that was first released in 1967.
The Trip 35 was released as a camera to suit those who wanted a small camera which they could carry around easily with them. It has a selenium light meter meaning it doesn’t need any batteries and has a choice of shutter speeds or full auto mode.
To focus the Trip 35 you choose from one of the 4 pictures on the lens as a general distance guide. The Trip 35 is a great little point and shoot camera for anyone from beginners to professionals, as David Bailey showed us in the 1970s, and it is really easy to use and produces some great photos.