It has "Trip" right in the name, so you know that the Olympus Trip 35 was made for travel photography. This is a 35mm film camera, beautifully metal to hold, and requiring no batteries. The selenium sensor around the edges of the lens chooses the shutter speed and aperture. You select the zone focus. The film and the very sharp lens does the rest.
In this video, I wander the streets of Casco Viejo, the old quarter of Panama City, Panama, and see a neighborhood in the transition between decay and restoration. With a roll of Kodak Portra 400 film in the Olympus Trip 35 and a Sony FDR X3000 perched on top, I have made a cool little movie showing off both the Camera and the Neighborhood. I hope you enjoy it.