The Olympus Trip 35 is an excellent camera that belonged to Karen’s father. It took clear photos using several ranges on the lens, the light meter used a solar cell and never needs a battery.
The only problem we had with was the latch for the film compartment sometimes opened. After experiencing this it was apparent we needed a new camera. For a semi fixed focus lens; it had close, medium and mountain, the photos were surprisingly sharp.
We used it up until about December 1993 when a new compact camera was bought, the Ricoh Shotmaster Ultra Zoom Super Date.