Go Back to Photography’s Golden Era With An Olympus Pen EE
Professional Quality Even For An Amateur
In a world of advanced digital SLRs, taking great photos as an amateur photographer has never been harder. So, if you’re someone that simply wants to take stunning holiday snaps or capture magical family moments, why not go back to a simpler time with the help of the Olympus Pen EE. The fully automatic true point-and-shoot camera was a technological masterpiece back in its day, and is still loved by thousands over 50 years later.
The era of the 1960s through to the 1980s was a magical time in the history of photography as quality cameras started to make their way into the mainstream. The Olympus brand was certainly at the heart of it all. While other 35 mm cameras focused on providing extra features aimed at professionals, the range of Pen fixed lens viewfinder cameras focused on simplicity, allowing anyone to take stunning photos at the click of a button.
Even today, the Olympus Pen EE cameras are among the best for enthusiasts that simply want an easy analogue experience. The fact that those shots are developed into physical photos only adds to the charm.
Olympus tried to recapture the glory in 2009 with the arrival of the Pen E-P1. But if you truly wish to embrace the glory of the Pen EE, only the range will do.
Finding An EE That Suits Me
In truth, the whole range of Olympus Pen EE models provide a phenomenally enjoyable photography experience. However, the Trip Man stocks all models and can help individuals find the perfect unit for their specific needs. Those possibilities include;
The Pen EE, which was first launched in 1961 and uses a 28mm f/3.5 lens.
The Pen EE.S, which came out in 1962 and uses a 30mm f3.5 lens.
Both the Pen EE (L) and Pen EE.S (L) editions.
The Pen EE.2, which added the hot shoe and was manufactured between 1968 and 1977.
The Pen EE.S2, which was like the EE.S with the addition of a hot shot, and ran between 1968 and 1971.
The Pen EE.3, which included the flashmatic system and was produced between 1973 and 1983.
The Pen EE.D, which ran between 1967 and 1972, and uses with a CdS meter, a 32mm f/1.7 lens and a hot shoe.
The Pen EF, which was released in 1981, and included a built-in flash.
Those cameras can range is styles, not least colour schemes, while they all carry the instantly recognisable branding and features. With Trip Man, finding the best Olympus Pen EE has never been simpler.
If you’re looking to buy a refurbished camera, you need to know that it has been treated with the love and care that you intend to give it after purchase. The Trip Man team loves bringing Olympus cameras back to life so that someone new (like you) can fall in love with their simple beauty all over again.
Our cameras come with 6-month warranties while an array of accessories and 35 mm film rolls can be purchased too. If you’ve been thinking about purchasing an Olympus Pen for some time, now is the perfect time.