"...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 ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional
Reliable, lightweight and good quality photographs
Flimsy lens cover (at least mine was)
"...pocket camera for holiday snapping. Olympus had always had a good reputation and the prices seemed reasonable, so I took the plunge, although not without some trepidation.
I took the camera along for its first outing on a cruise and hoped for the best. Yes, I know that I should have shot off a couple of rolls beforehand to check it out, but it was all a last minute decision (both the holiday and the camera). I shot about a dozen rolls of film in ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful
"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 A point and shoot type of thing and this was the best I found for ..."
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