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Latest Reviews for Olympus Tough
Malamang ang purpose talaga sa camera nato eh yung pang labas na gamit lalo na kung mahilig ka gumala tapos kailngan mo ng camera na ready always sa kahit na anong panahon gay nitong tough olympus ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by Gabriel J32
- Date : Sep 4, 2014
Sa quality ng lens dun mo na malalaman kung maganda ba talaga ang camera na napili mo,itong olympus tough cam ay compact camera style, unlimited shooting experience at unlimited din yung tuwa mo sa ...Read more
- Rating : 4.4
- Review by iChInGMeh143
- Date : Jul 23, 2014
Its okay not really bad,basic camera but it has a powerful display especially in the pictures quality,it seems like you are using an DSLR,however when i printed all the photos it has a big different ...Read more
- Rating : 3.9
- Review by M3N0aHjAng
- Date : Jun 13, 2014
Latest Topics for Olympus Tough
May I know if the ISO resolution of this olympus tough is same in other digital cam which is not waterproof ? As far as I know i read some articles that if the digi cam is waterproof the resolution is low..Is it true?
- Last updated : Sep 29, 2014
- Posted by wok
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About Olympus Tough
Olympus Tough digital cameras provide excellent durability
Olympus is a Japan based corporation specializing in optics and repography products and was originally established in October 1919. Among a vast range of product types, the Olympus Tough digital cameras have made a tremendous impact in the global market for simply blending the best of digital imagery and ease of use. In the Philippines, Olympus has only recently started getting the recognition they deserve after many years of struggling to find a foothold in the market. Competing with giants like SONY, Nikon, CANON is no easy task but the company has finally seemed to pull it off.
History of the maker
The first camera was introduced in 1936 and the first series of camera saw its launch in 1959. With half-frame format, 72 pictures on 18 x 24 mm on a standard 36 film, these cameras became the talk of the town for being portable like no other. Olympus Tough series came a long time after, when the company recognized how fast the market for cameras is growing. After gaining success within shores of Japan, Tough digital cameras set off to other parts of world, including Philippines to aid professional cameramen who require unflinching sturdiness at all times.
Features of Olympus Tough
Tough TG-3: This model is built to withstand harsh climatic conditions as it is waterproof, anti-freeze, shock proof, crushproof, etc. It has a super bright f2.0 lens and other tools such as WiFi, easy file sharing, time interval shooting, time lapse movie, etc. Said to be the most versatile outdoor camera by the Japanese company, this model ranks high among professional photographers.
Tough TG-4: This is a waterproof, crushproof and rugged model built to take outstanding quality shots regardless of external conditions. It has sophisticated features such as RAW capture, super-bright F2.0 wide-angle zoon, built-in WiFi, GPS and multifunction compass to guide you towards your destination. As you can understand, this model is made for those with a thirst for adventure.
Reasons for popularity in the Philippines
As the trend of photography is now at an all time high, increasing number of people are now taking it as a hobby and exploring the never before seen side of image capturing. The Olympus Tough digital camera series has gained fame in Philippines because of the country's exotic places that make for stunning picturesque locations. Adventure seekers are now taking photography at a level, which we can only imagine before actually seeing them.