Hello everyone, I just bought this beautiful little camera at an auction site for the equivalent of 9 dollars. Had to clean it and repair the stuck aperture leaves, following online instructions. But I think it was worth it. I loaded Superia X-tra 400 and had fun! I thought I'd post a few samples for the record. I know that some of us (including me) when buying an old "worthless" camera off an auction site would first like to see what pictures can be taken with such and such model. The flickriver.com site is good for that, too. For those who don't know, Olympus Trip 35 is a very compact camera (fits easily into my coat's pocket) with automatic exposure but no need for battery. The only thing to remember before taking a picture is to set focus using simple "zone" system (i.e. pictographs denoting various distances from the subject). In my opinion after the first roll, focusing needs a bit of getting used to. I found myself turning the camera upside down and using the meter scale instead, but I believe it's just a matter of practice.