Trip 35
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Trip 35 and some very cheap film… and Connie.

May 23, 2013

I ran a roll of Agfa vista plus 200 film through the trip recently. It was a roll of film I had been given and was told at the time that it was a poundshop £1 a roll film. A bit of digging about this film leads a quite a bit of confusion about its origin – Made in japan, sold under licence of the Agfa name by a company called ‘Lupus Imaging & Media’. One of the possibilities appears to be that it is a fuji derived film, I have to say, the colours do look fuji-like to my eye.
Here is a link to flickr where you can read what I have read

One way or another, I’m actually quite impressed with the results, especially considering it’s box speed is 200iso and I shot with the trip set to 400iso.

Anyway, enough babbling, here are a selection of the results… You will have to excuse the almost constant barrage of photos of my daughter at the mo, I will endeavour to photograph something else soon! Can you blame me really though? 🙂

Family snap

Family snap

Family snap

Family snap

Family snap

Family snap

The rest of my Trip 35 photos can be found here

You can read my views on this camera here A cult classic point and shoot – Olympus Trip 35

And the view through the viewfinder here Through the Viewfinder – Olympus Trip 35

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  • Reply
    Trip photos with Agfa Vista Plus 200iso
    May 24, 2013 at 7:14 pm

    […] taken with the olympus trip 35. – a few more thoughts on the film on my blog if you are interested: Trip 35 and some very cheap film and Connie. Family snap by Hamish_Gill, on Flickr Family snap by Hamish_Gill, on Flickr Family snap by […]

  • Reply
    Mary Donnelly
    January 25, 2018 at 4:48 pm

    Hi, firstly great set of photos. I am thinking about buying the trip 35 and i also have a lot of the agfa vista 200 bought from my local poundshop, so i am curious s why you pushed the iso to 400. I heard the trip has a tenancy to underexpose, is that the reason?. Thanks, Mary.

    • Reply
      Hamish Gill
      January 26, 2018 at 7:55 pm

      Hi Mary, I’m really sorry, this was too long ago for me to remember.

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