The Trip XB40 AF of 2000 is a compact camera with autofocus, taking 35mm film, which was manufactured by Olympus in China. It was one of a series of cheap models branded with the famous Trip name. Encased in a small lightweight body this compact camera is fully automatic with no manual overrides. It has automatic film advance and power rewind. Customers requiring a self-timer had to pay a little extra for the XB41 AF, which was encased in exactly the same body. A QD model added Quartz date function.


  • Lens: 27mm, f/6.3 [1]
  • ISO: DX decoding.
  • Autowind and power rewind.
  • Integral auto-flash.
  • Integral sliding lens cover.
  • Tripod socket.
  • Power: 2 AA batteries.

References Edit

  1. According to this unofficial Olympus history page

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