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The Trip Panorama 2 was an automatic 35mm compact camera manufactured by Olympus in 1993. It was one of a series of cheap fixed focus models branded Olympus Trip and served as an update to the Olympus Trip Panorama. The camera could be switched between panorama and standard modes in the middle of a roll of film. The original price was ¥19,000.


  • Lens: 33mm
  • Motorwind.
  • Integral flash.
  • Integral sliding lens cover.


Trip Panorama 2 in the Olympus Global History.

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