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The Trip XB3 was a straightforward fully automatic compact camera introduced by Olympus in 1996 with a bright, extra-large viewfinder, integrated flash with red-eye reduction, and a self-timer. The original price was ¥11,000.


  • Fixed focus 34mm lens.
  • Extra-large viewfinder.
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction.
  • Self-timer.
  • Auto-loading, ISO-selection, advancing and rewinding of DX-coded 35mm film.


Trip XB3 in the Olympus Global History.

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