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Olympus Tg-610 Tough 14 Mp Digital Camera , 5x Wide Optical Zoom (28mm), 3 920k Lcd (Silver) (Old Mo

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Olympus TG-610 Tough 14 MP Digital Camera , 5x Wide Optical Zoom (28mm), 3 920K LCD (Silver) (Old Model)

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  • 14 megapixels (effective), 1/2.3 inch image sensor; 5x optical zoom (28mm wide) plus 4x digital zoom
  • 3.0 inch HyperCrystal III LCD monitor; CCD contrast detection; One touch 720p HD movie with HDMI
  • Waterproof; Shockproof; Freeze proof
  • Dual image stabilization; 3D Photos (even underwater); TruePic III+ image processing
  • USB 2.0 High-Speed; SD/SDHC/SDXC compatible (card not included)
  • Waterproof 16ft/ 5m
  • 3.0 920K Hypercrystal LCD

The Olympus 228090 TG-610 Silver 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Zoom and 3.0 In. LCD Display enables you to capture high-quality photos from the top of a wave to the top of the monkey bars. Waterproof, Shockproof and Freeze proof, this camera can take all of spills, thrills and chills of life. With HD Movie, Wi-Fi compatibility and 3D photos (even underwater), you will capture all of life's big (and little) adventures from a whole new perspective.

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Brand : Olympus
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 3.3
Review Count : 43
Auto Focus Technology : Contrast Detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1/2.3-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : CCD
Effective Still Resolution : 14 MP
Video Capture Resolution : 720p
Model Name : TG 610
Model Number : TG-610 Silver
Best Sellers Rank : #628,374 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #4,341 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Color : Silver
Expanded ISO Maximum : 1600
Lens Type : Zoom
Optical Zoom : 5
Compatible Mountings : Micro Four Thirds
Screen Size : 3 Inches
Display Type : LCD
Batteries Required? : Yes
Number of Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Are Batteries Included : Yes
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 1 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : USB, HDMI
Continuous Shooting Speed : 30 fps
Special Feature : Image Stabilization
Form Factor : Compact
Hardware Interface : USB
White balance settings : Auto
Image Stabilization : Optical
Viewfinder Type : LCD
Assembly Required : No
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 1 x 3.9 x 2.5 inches
Item Weight : 0.42 Pounds
Maximum Aperture : 5.9 f
Minimum Aperture : 3.9 f
Zoom Type : Digital Zoom, Optical Zoom
Maximum Focal Length : 140 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length : 28 Millimeters
Expanded ISO Minimum : 80
Shooting Modes : Movie
Battery Description : LI-50B Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
Wireless Communication Technology : Yes
Flash Memory Type : SD Card
Memory Storage Capacity : 19.5 MB
Water Resistance Level : Waterproof
Max Shutter Speed : 4 seconds
Min Shutter Speed : 4 seconds
Digital Zoom : 4 x
Audio Recording : Yes
Specification Met : No

Olympus TG-610 Tough 14 MP Digital Camera , 5x Wide Optical Zoom (28mm), 3 920K LCD (Silver) (Old Model)

  • We surf, fish, hike, play at the park with our kids. We needed a waterproof camera for all of these activities and have been using one with a waterproof casing for years. We decided to switch to one that is waterproof on its own. Bought this one for all of the incredible reviews (on this and other websites) about it\'s durability. I REALLY wanted to like this camera!It is durable, yes. However, we took it to the park to take a few shots of the kids and the dog and just get a feel for the camera in general. When we got the pictures onto our computer to take a look, they were incredibly grainy. Even the still shots came out pretty blurry --and this was in the sunshine where almost any camera should put out clean shots. The ones in our living room were even worse. I truly feel like pictures I take with my iPhone come out better than these did.Like I said, I really did want to like this camera. If you only care about getting the image captured by a very durable camera and don\'t care as much about the quality of the photos, you then this may be the camera for you. However, for our purposes it will not work and we are now going to give the Nikon CoolpixAW100 a try.
  • I purchased this camera because I wanted a camera that could go with me where ever I went. Last year I purchased one of the waterproof cameras from Fugifilm (finepix xp10) and was not impressed, it felt cheap and ended up leaking water behind the screen after 2 uses. I returned it after that and went without a waterproof digital for the rest of the summer. This year I decided to spend a little more money hoping to get a lot more camera. I wanted pictures at the lake, on the river, in the pool and I didn\'t want to have to worry about my camera getting ruined while I was having fun. So far I\'d say The Olympus TG-610 I picked is perfect camera for my needs. Right out of the box I could tell this camera was far superior to the fuji. This olympus is metal, the buttons feel much nicer, the screen is bigger and more clear, it just has a nice look and feel to it.So far I\'ve had it in and out of the water on multiple occasions without any problems, haven\'t tried snorkeling but it works great in the river or swimming pool. In bright light the picture quality is impressive, especially after reading poor reviews of other \'tough\' cameras and the less than satisfactory performance of the fuji. I think this one takes good pictures, not professional quality, but plenty good to enjoy and share. Even in low light at concerts we have had good luck getting crisp images. The video feature is nice, easy to use and so far respectable results.The only things I wish were better about this camera are the flash, start-up time is slow and there is a long lag between pictures. The flash always leaves a shadow behind your subject, it doesn\'t have the double flash that a lot of point and shoot cameras have today. Then there is the start up time. It seems like it takes forever for this camera to turn on and be ready to fire, then once you do get your first picture taken, it again takes a long time before you can get another one. There are a couple of different burst shooting modes available but if you are just in regular shooting mode it takes a good 3 to 4 seconds between pictures, with significant shutter lag.That all being said, I bought this camera for outdoor adventure use and so far it has done everything I\'ve asked of it, and I\'ve gotten a lot of pictures, great pictures I could not have gotten without the waterproof feature of this camera. . . this is a must buy for the adventurer or summer outdoor enthusiast!
  • This camera takes very crisp photos and video under water (I only tested it in my swimming pool) in the \"under water\" mode. I agree with what some other say with regard to indoor photos. They aren\'t the best, but I bought this camera to take on the lake/river/boat so I don\'t have to worry that it will get wet or dropped. For that it is GREAT. I am very happy with the outdoor photos. There is some shutter lag but the camera also has some very cool features and the panorama mode is very easy to use. I would have given it five stars if it weren\'t for the slower shutter. MOST of the time it was not an issue, but a couple of times it was somewhat frustrating. I like that the camera has an auto lens cap which some of the other waterproof cameras do not have. You should note that I am a point and shoot photographer and use cameras almost exclusively for vacations and get togethers with family and friends.
  • I bought the camera thinking it would be great around my toddler as it was shockproof, waterproof, dustproof, etc.After using it in various settings, I found I was disappointed with some of its functionality.(1) Scene: It takes wonderful pictures outdoors in the sunshine. Indoor pictures don\'t come out as well - the colors seem off.(2) Speed: When you turn on the camera, there is a significant \"boot up\" time before you can take your first picture. Then, once it turns on, it takes a long time to focus - which doesn\'t work well around a toddler.(3) Battery Life: The battery life seems short. I ended up recharging every couple of days. With my previous camera - I had to recharge every couple weeks.
  • Seriously loved this camera until it went kaputt. I took it with me to Australia for Great Barrier Reef snorkling. Took GREAT pictures for a point-and-shoot camera! I took it to Tennessee and swam in waterfalls all day. I think it got waterlogged since it was underwater for the majority of the day. It survived 2 hours of salt water but not 6 hours of in&out of fresh water. I even followed the cleaning and drying directions recommended by the company. I bought it used, so the water seal probably was not as strong.
  • I\'m approximately 5 months into owning this camera. I\'ve used it rafting, on a cruise, and at the pool all summer. I\'ve followed the instructions religiously and have been lucky so far. No leaks or seal issues. I\'m not saying they don\'t happen. It hasn\'t happened to me luckily. I like the picture quality from this camera it is surprisingly good. I thought I would be sacrificing quality for being waterproof. I can even use this as a walk around point and shoot.

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