The Olympus Trip XB400 is a 35mm focus free compact point and shoot camera released in 2000. It is almost the same as the XB401 model but does not have a self-timer.
It has a focus distance of 1.5m to infinity. It features a 27mm f6.3 lens comprised of 3 elements in 3 groups. The face of the camera has a sliding lid to protect the lens. The shutter is electronic with a single speed of 1/100-sec. The viewfinder is very large compared to most compacts. An automatic flash is built-in with red eye reduction. The film auto advances and rewinds. The camera is compatible with DX encoded film, but with no encoded films it defaults to using ISO 100. It is powered by 2x AA batteries.