• MICHAEL GABLER
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    Olympus Tough TG-5 Announcement

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    Olympus presented a successor of the Tough TG-4 camera - the TG-5 model. The cameras from this series are resistant to extreme conditions (water, falls).

    The camera has the TruePic VIII processor, borrowed from the E-M1 Mark II model. The image is generated by the 1/2.3'' 12Mp BSI CMOS sensor with the resolution of 12Mp. Thanks to such a set, the camera ensures photography within the sensitivity range of 100-12800.

     

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    1). Olympus Tough TG-5


    The image is generated by a varifocal lens with the focal length of 25-100 mm and f/2.0-4, which is equipped with the image stabilization and consists of 9 lenses placed in 7 groups.

     

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    2). Olympus Tough TG-5

     

    With the newest resistant Olympus camera, we will be able to take photos in both RAW and JPG formats. Apart from that, we will have a possibility of recording movies in 4K (30p) and Full HD (120 f/s). 

     

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    3). Olympus Tough TG-5

     

    As could be expected of such a construction, the camera has a waterproof (15m) and shockproof housing. The screen has a resolution of 460000 points and the size of 3''. 


    Olympus Tough TG-5 is to appear on sale in June 2017. It will cost around $450. 

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