Olympus Stylus TOUGH TG-4
The TG-4 is designed to withstand a wide variety of conditions, ranging from harsh climates to everyday mishaps:
Waterproof to depths of 50′ / 15 m
Freezeproof to temperatures as low as 14°F / -10°C
Shockproof to falls from 7′ / 2.1 m high
Crushproof to withstand up to 220 lbf / 100 kgf of pressure
Dustproof to protect the internal components of the camera
16MP 1/2.3″ BSI CMOS Sensor
TruePic VII Image Processor
Olympus 4x Optical Zoom f/2.0-4.9 Lens
25-100mm (35mm Equivalent)
Water, Crush, Shock, Freeze & Dustproof
Full HD 1920 x 1080p Video Recording
Built-In Wi-Fi, GPS, and eCompass
ISO 6400 and 5 fps Shooting at Full Res.
RAW Capture & Live Composite
Microscope and Underwater Modes
Preserve memories from your most adventurous trips with the water, crush, shock, freeze, and dustproof red Stylus TOUGH TG-4 Digital Camera from Olympus. In addition to being fully sealed from dust, the TG-4 is built to withstand underwater dives up to 50′ deep, falls from up to 7′ high, temperatures as low as 14°F, and pressure up to 220 lbf. While serving to protect on an array of adventures, these features are also well-suited to use in everyday circumstances. Additionally, it adds RAW shooting to the series for enhanced post-processing capabilities.
In regard to imaging, a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and TruePic VII image processor work to produce high-resolution imagery with notable low-light sensitivity and quality. The combination of these two technologies form Olympus’ iHS technology, which serves to realize fast performance throughout the camera system, including a top sensitivity of ISO 6400 and 5 fps shooting rate at full resolution. The sensor and processor also support recording full HD 1080p movies.
Benefiting the imaging capabilities of the TG-4 is a fast 4x optical zoom f/2.0-4.9 lens, which provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 25-100mm. Complementing this lens’ reach, as well as aiding the camera’s use in low-light conditions, is sensor-shift image stabilization, which helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake.
For image monitoring and review, as well as menu navigation, an LCD screen is incorporated into the camera’s design. Accessing the menu system reveals a host of different camera features and settings, including a built-in intervalometer, automated Time-Lapse movie creation, a close-focusing Microscope Mode, and the ability to utilize built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS, and an electronic compass.