Back earlier than action cameras turned fashionable there was just one firm who made cameras robust sufficient so that you can take on your outside adventures, one that might deal with the exhausting knocks, water immersion and dirt. That firm is after all Olympus, who've now launched their Tough TG-5, the newest rugged camera favoured for years by outdoors-men and adrenaline junkies.
However being robust isn’t sufficient as of late, which is why the Tough TG-5 comes with the similar Area Sensor system utilized in the Olympus TG-Tracker, a collection of sensors that not solely data and tracks GPS knowledge, but in addition compass, temperature and air stress (for height above floor).
The TG-5 comes with a new 12-megapixel CMOS sensor paired with a 4x optical zoom f2.0 lens and the TruePic VIII image processor, the similar processor discovered on the model’s flagship OM-D E-M1 Mark II mannequin – this makes the TG-5 able to very quick steady capturing at 20 fps in addition to seize 4K video at 30fps. And naturally it’s a Tough – which suggests it’s waterproof right down to 15 metres, capable of deal with being dropped 2.1 metres onto concrete and left in a -10°C fridge!
The Olympus Tough TG-5 will likely be obtainable in June in both black or crimson and a spread of equipment. Value to be introduced.