The Olympus Trip MD3 was a 35mm 'point and shoot' compact camera produced by Olympus. Launched in 1998, it was a camera intended for holidays, hence the "Trip" name. It featured a light meter that controlled the camera, automatically changing settings. Because of this, the Trip MD3 was easy to use.
Type: 35 mm fixed-focus lens-shutter camera.
Film format: Standard DX-coded 35 mm film.
Image size: 24 x 36 mm.
Lens: Olympus 34 mm F6.9, 3 elements in 3 groups.
Shutter: 1/125 sec.
Viewfinder: Reverse Galilean-type viewfinder.
Focus range: 1.5 m - infinity.
Exposure counter: Progressive type, automatic reset.
Film speed range: Automatic setting with DX-coded film (ISO 100 ~ 400).
For non-DX-coded film, speed ISO 100.
Film transport: Motor film advance and rewind.
Flash: Built-in flash with Red-Eye-Reduction Lamp. Flash is automatically activated under low light conditions.
Power source: Two 1.5 V AA batteries.