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Olympus Tough

  1. Olympus TG3

    Olympus Imaging Australia is pleased to announce its newest flagship tough camera, the Stylus Tough TG-3. Featuring a super bright f/2.0 lens, with wide angle, advanced macro for close ups and rugged design, the TG-3 is the most complete tough camera in the Stylus Tough series. Full Details


  2. Olympus TG630


    The affordable TG-630 combines trademark TOUGH imaging power with child, water, shock and freezeproofing.

    Like every next-generation TOUGH camera, it boasts iHS technologies – a high-sensitivity 12-Megapixel backlit CMOS sensor and high-speed TruePic VI image processor – giving you the power to record beautiful 1080 Full HD movies. Or high-speed movies up to 240 frames per second that you can play back later in super-slow motion.

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  3. Olympus TG830

    The Stylus TG-830, a pocket-size rugged compact camera with fast response speed and high image sensitivity. It is equipped with GPS functionality, and features High Speed Video recording. The TG-830 is aimed at the camera user who requires a compact Tough camera with performance oriented features. Full Details


  4. Olympus TG850

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    Offer Valid Until 27/04/2014 

    The Tough TG-850, a pocket friendly rugged compact camera with outstanding image capturing capabilities. It is also the first tough camera on the market to sport a completely reversible screen to allow users to visualise themselves whilst taking a photo on dry land or below water. To capture even more of the world, the TG-850 also carries a 21mm equiv lens to allow for breathtaking scenic shots.

    The TG-830 utilises a reinforced chassis that allows the camera to be Shock-proof to 2.1 metres, water-proof to 10 metres, freeze-proof to -10 degrees Celsius, crush-proof to 100kgf and dust-proof.

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Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
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  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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