A beautiful original Olympus Trip 35 built in 1969, one of the first of Trip 35's manufactured.
6-digit serial number cameras are now quite rare and collectible. This one has a serial number of 363646 and the film pressure plate has a date code '9 - X' showing it was built in October 1969.
Internally there are different screws in the lens and more heavy duty componenets like brass threads/cogs. The gold 'Passed' sticker is present - positioned next to the serial number (later ones have the sticker on the other side of the hotshoe.)
This one is in lovely original condition with the original black leatherette and good black paintwork, which has not been touched-up.
We have completed a full service and cleaned inside and out, and fully tested the light meter and shutter. The red flag pops up when the light is too low. New light seals have been fitted and it is ready to use.
The 40mm Zuiko lens is lovely and clear, free from marks, scratches, dust or fungus. The viewfinder has also been cleaned and is nice and bright and clear.
In excellent condition - there are no dents. There are a just couple of bright marks - see photos.
The photos are of the actual camera for sale. We only get a few of these cameras each year. This is a very nice example!
The camera will be supplied with an original (very rare early) push-on Olympus lens cap which shows 'Olympus Tokyo' (rather then later ones that just have Olympus). It has the original very early (silver button camera) instructions (tatty), warranty card and original Trip 35 box (excellent).