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Overall Condition: 7/10, Comes with 6 months warranty.
Sr. No#: 114732
The fully automatic aspect of the Olympus Trip AF MD, probably refers to its autofocus lens and motor drive. That said, as best as I can tell, the flash is not auto-focus and has to be enabled manually using a sliding lever, located just underneath the flash itself. Depending on your point of view, this can be a good or bad thing. Personally, I prefer this feature, to point and shoot cameras where the flash automatically engages whether you like it or not – for example the previously reviewed Ricoh FF-7. Whilst the camera continues to function if you don’t engage the flash – unlike the Yashica Auto Focus, which simply refuses to shoot – a red light appears next to the viewfinder, to indicate if it is too dark.