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Olympus Trip XB400 35mm Film Camera Point and Shoot

4/5 (1 Reviews)


  • MPNxb400
    Product ID20695
    Depth2.1 in.
    Film Type35mm
    Width4.8 in.
    Height2.8 in.
    Self TimerNo
    Camera TypePoint and Shoot
    Focus TypeFixed Focus
    Minimum Focus Distance4.9 ft.
    ISO Range - Automatic SettingISO 100 - 400
    Red Eye ReductionWith Red Eye Reduction
    PanoramaNo
    Min Aperturef5.6
    Focus LockWithout Focus Lock
    Zoom LensWithout Zoom Lens

Product Description

Find true convenience with the Olympus Trip XB400, the fully automatic camera that slips into any pocket and comes out shooting focus-free, and hassle-free. A large sliding barrier provides solid lens protection, so the Trip 300 XB400 travels easily anywhere. "


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by goodimages a Expert

Date Reviewed: May 13, 2011

Strengths:    Point and shoot auto everything. Great for giving it to the kids for an away trip, and getting them off the computer. Just load it up with 400 or 200 C-41 speed film.

Weaknesses:    Point and shoot auto everything. Not digital, LOL!

Bottom Line:   
Chunky wide angle point and shoot, takes two AA batteries to power auto exposure, auto film advance, automatic electronic flash, and power rewind film too. It's got a giant view finder, with easy to see 27mm field of view with bright line frame lines. This view finder actually seems to enlarge the view like a magnifying glass. The film door has a tiny window to see if it's loaded, and what 35mm film is loaded. Tiny magnified film counter window is a nice touch to see how many shots remain. Solid feel, glass, metal bits and plastic give it a durable build quality.

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Duration Product Used:   21+ years

Price Paid:    $5.00

Purchased At:   Camera Fair Flea Mar

Similar Products Used:   Olympus Trips (all sorts of different kind of trips) also digital point and shoots.

Type of photography:   People



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