taken with my vintage Olympus Trip 35 on Fuji Superia 400 Xtra film.
The Olympus Trip 35 film camera, which was produced from 1967 to 1984, works amazingly well for low-light photography using 400 ISO film. The automatic exposure will lock under low-light conditions, but in most cases you get a perfect exposure setting the camera to manual f2.8. The shutter will fire at 1/40 sec. giving you no problems hand-held. Here is an example taken in the food court at Union Railroad station in Washington DC.
Shooting in the Washington Metro System was a joy. I love the structured arches and the way a train casts a shadow when passing through the station. The Lumix LX3 is a perfect low-light camera in these situations. Here is an example.