The Trip 35 is one of the most popular, mass produced point and shoot models and sports a 40mm f2.8 lens, solar-powered selenium light meter, and just two shutter speeds. In 'A' mode, the camera operated as a Program automatic, choosing either 1/40th sec or 1/200th sec. The camera also will sync with flash, and had a range of aperture settings, from f2.8 to f22. In flash sync mode the shutter is set at 1/40. Apart from a simple four-position zone focus system, and an ISO setting from 25–400, the camera has no other photographic controls. The camera has a Prontor-Compur sync connector and a hot shoe. Its lens was a coated Zuiko 40mm f/2.8, with four elements in three groups.