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When Olympus discontinued the metal-bodied Trip 35 in 1984, it launched a series of cameras that used the 'Trip' name, but were otherwise quite different. Mostly they had auto-focus, but some were aimed at the bargain end of the market and had fixed focusand a single shutter speed. Later models had XB (extra big) viewfinders. It is these basic cameras that are listed here:

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