Olympus Trip AF 30 Reviews
Product Type: Olympus cameras
Newest Review: ... of years ago I felt it was a fair choice to take with me on days out etc, as it was always quick and simple to use. ~35mm ... more
Customer Olympus Trip AF 30 Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
~Olympus Trip AF30~ ***************** At the time of purchasing my Olympus Trip AF 30 camera I recall it was a mid ranged piece of user friendly photographic equipment that provided me with a quick and easy way to take off the cuff photographs as required. In use I found that the camera was very easy to get to grips with and it offered a simple solution for fair quality holiday snaps etc, that could be taken with minimum fuss and effort. In terms of the finished results obtained from the camera I would say that it could at times produce very nice photographs, however I did find that results could be rather varied at times and getting the best pics was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/00, updated on 02/11/00 (Useful, 101 readings)
This camera whilst not the best budget buy still offers reasonable results and is ideal as a starter camera for kids or those who are not looking for top quality results. It performs quite well giving fairly even exposures but is let down by the lens which can never in my opinion provide a sharp picture except in extremely good lighting. In overcast and poor light conditions the images appear 'fuzzy' this is due to the fact that the lens is f5.6, using a 400ISO film helps a lot and given the low price point which averages around £40 it's good value for money. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/00, updated on 21/11/00 (Very useful, 269 readings)
i bought this camera for the trip of a lifetime, when i went travelling in india. It was the best i could afford at the time costing £70. It is reasonably small and compact and takes a universal 35mm film found pretty cheaply almost anywhere. It is what i tend to call a Phd camera (push here dummy) as i am not very technically minded, i wanted a camera that was easy to set up and just point and shoot. The camera has a good sized lens cover that just slides away and is easy to operate, although you do have to be careful about putting it into pockets and bags as it can slide back and waste the batteries. Once the lens cover is opened, ... Read the complete review
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