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    Analog Photographer, Digital World Axle's Avatar
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    What a Trip (35)

    Finally got my first roll scanned from my "new" Olympus Trip 35, what a neat little camera. Film used, Lomography Branded Colour (C-41) film, ISO-100











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    Re: What a Trip (35)

    Cool

    Looks like it is a fine little camera

    Enjoy
    Dave

    Nikon D60 :thumbsup:
    Nikor 35 f 1.8 ... Nikor 18-200 f 3.5/5.6 ...Nikor 18-55 f 3.5/5.6 ... Nikor 55-200mm f 4.5/5.6
    Nikon SB-600 Flash

    Fujifilm FinePix S9000 - A Digicam ...
    Not a true DSLR but close enough :wink5:
    Promaster 5750DX Flash

    Nikon FG :thumbsup:
    Nikon 50mm f 1.8 ,,, Quantaray 28-80mm f 3.5-4.5 ... Quantaray 80-300mm F 5
    Nikon MD-E motor drive
    Nikon SB-15 Flash


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    Re: What a Trip (35)

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    Re: What a Trip (35)

    Rio is one of the Rio de Janeiro Sehenswürdigkeiten most famous cities in the world and visiting it was a dream come true for me! Lushly forested mountains line the city.

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