Olympus trip 35 meter not working

Posted on 02.06.2018 by Conrad
Funnily enough, the most common problem is aperture blades sticking shut. Just about every electronic flash will work fine. It doesn't require batteries, which made them great companions for travelers who may not find access to batteries all the time. Specifications Performance Recommendations.

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The low-light lock ensure you won't make any black pictures, brilliant thought on the part of Olympus. It managed to take decent photos without problems at all. Some Trips have had a hard life but still work. Because of the wimpy flash sync speed, this is meant for nuking subjec. The manual specifies that electronic flash should be used with the PC sync and a cord, not with the hotshoe which apparently is synced for bulbs, not speedlights.

Its light meter and programmed automatic exposure system is solar powered.

I've read that you should keep a lens cap on it at all times, to avoid wearing out the selenium cell. It takes several turns, but it's worth it. If your camera was jammed or the light meter was not working then you will need to open it to fix it. But the lens is crystal clear and everything works as it should.