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Olympus Tough

  1. Olympus Stylus Tough TG3

    The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-3 digital compact camera is the latest version of the range toping Tough TG series camera's. 

    The TG-3 now boast a bright f2 lens, which is perfect when you are photographing in low light or underwater conditions.

    As the name suggests the TG-3 is Tough, with waterproofing allowing it to operate down to 15m, it is shockproof from 2m and can survive being crushed by up to 100kg of weight. 

    The TG-3 features built in Wi-Fi and inconjunction with the Olympus Image Share app, you can transfer images from the TG-3 to your tablet or smartphone and then share on social networks with ease. 

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    $449.95

  2. Olympus Stylus Tough 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

    $299.95

  3. Olympus Stylus Tough TG850

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    Olympus set the trend by creating some of the first shockproof and waterproof compact cameras, and the TG850 is a solid reminder of why they're still one of the best.

    The Olympus Tough TG-850 is certainly still rugged, the reinforced chassis capable of being submerged 10m underwater or dropped from a height of 2m. It will withstand temperatures down to -10 degrees celcius and is rated as being crush-proof to 100kgf. The tough design isn't what sets it apart though, as Olympus have added some great features to make the TG-850 fantastic to use while out and about.

    One of the best features is the new 180-degree tilting LCD, making it easier than ever to visualise yourself in the photo. Combine that with an amazing 21mm wide-angle lens for breathtaking landscapes and effortless group-shots, the TG-850 is everything the modern adventurer could want or need.

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    $399.95

Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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