Olympus Trip Panorama 35mm Film Camera Point and Shoot
The Olympus Trip Panorama was a fully-automatic 35mm compact camera, with motor drive and fixed focus manufactured by Olympus. It was one of a series of cheap fixed focus models branded Olympus Trip and served as an update to the Olympus Trip Junior in 1991. Switching between panorama and standard modes caused a mask to pop up in front of the film chamber. A "P" mark appeared in the viewfinder during shooting to inform the photographer that panorama mode had been selected. The setting could only be chosen prior to film being loaded.
- Lens: Zuiko 33mm, f/4.5 (4 elements)
- Film speed setting: ISO switchable - 100/200/400
- Focus: Fixed Focus
- Exposure: Automatic exposure
- Flash: Built-in flash, fires automatically in low light conditions
- Self-timer: Electronic self-timer with approx. 10 sec. delay
- Film transport: Auto-loading, advancing and rewinding
- Battery: 2 x AA
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