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Old 07-10-2014   #1
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Olympus Trip 35 Picture Thread

I'm amazed I can't find a thread of these already. I am pleasantly surprised by the quality of the photos I get from my Trip - so easy to use it feels a bit like a toy, but it has such a good lens.

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About time we get this thread up and running
Hope to get a couple of rolls from my Trip 35 developed soon; until then there are these 2:



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The Trip35 is a very fine camera!





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found another one:

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A few dodgy print scans from me. I probably ought to get a Trip out again - my pair are currently mounted base-to-base as a stereo rig... and I've never yet printed the photos to see whether it works! Ooops...

St George is English by gray1720, on Flickr

Hey bulldog! by gray1720, on Flickr

And, from our very own Travelling Trip project
TT Kirkwall sunset by gray1720, on Flickr

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It simply amazes me on how the analog AE works so well on the Trip 35 - especially considering that it uses selenium cell. From what I'm seeing, the exposures from this battery-free camera aren't shabby at all.

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It simply amazes me on how the analog AE works so well on the Trip 35 - especially considering that it uses selenium cell. From what I'm seeing, the exposures from this battery-free camera aren't shabby at all.

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Nice photos all the same
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Mucking around with the Trip 35 I was given as a Christmas present in 1972. XP2 Super @ISO 200, Rodinal stand, X1 scans, triptych made in PS and adjusted in LR:

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Trip 35, XP2 @200, Rodinal 1+100, X1 scan:

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Always loved the trip l used to carry one around everywhere in the late 1970's, great thread with great images by the way
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A few year back you could pick these up for pennies, you can still get a bargain now and again but on sites like fleabay prices have gone up, zuico glass makes this camera very special
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Trip 35, expired Kodachrome 64


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I had one for a short time, then gave it to someone here (RFF). It was a great lens and easy to use.

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nice image love the colours
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One last one from the XP2 in the Trip 35:

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I have a roll of Fuji Superia in it now...
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Sharp lenses on these cameras. I found these two on eBay at good prices. The first one has been tested and is working. The black one is very tempting, but it has some issues. Check out the third one! Now I know how to pimp out my Canon FT QL....just cover it in snake skin. Seriously, that's a really pretty camera they're selling. If you check the seller's other items, he has one in lizard skin that is as red as red can be.

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Chris, is it just me or do both these last photos have a band of blur / low contrast running roughly top to bottom on the righthand side of the frame? Looks about 2/3rd of the way toward the edge. Right on the flat cliff face in the b/w image and where the two big rocks (one light, one dark) meet in the color. Haven't noticed it your other shots with (I'm assuming?) the same Trip earlier in the thread, but kinda stuck out at me on these two.
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Chris, is it just me or do both these last photos have a band of blur / low contrast running roughly top to bottom on the righthand side of the frame? Looks about 2/3rd of the way toward the edge. Right on the flat cliff face in the b/w image and where the two big rocks (one light, one dark) meet in the color. Haven't noticed it your other shots with (I'm assuming?) the same Trip earlier in the thread, but kinda stuck out at me on these two.
Absolutely. I have looked at the lens, and cleaned it but there didn't seem to be anything that would account for it. I wonder if the wrist strap, which was not around my wrist, might have dangled in front of the camera and done this?

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Here's one from the same film that doesn't have the blur, so I do suspect the wrist strap:

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Absolutely. I have looked at the lens, and cleaned it but there didn't seem to be anything that would account for it. I wonder if the wrist strap, which was not around my wrist, might have dangled in front of the camera and done this?

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Odd -- I'd not have thought a wrist strap would do that, but perhaps a little mystery is a good thing now and again. Here's hoping it never returns!
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Trip 35, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:

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