Olympus Tough TG-3 Review

August 12, 2014 | Matt Grayson | Rating star Rating star Rating star Rating star


The Olympus Tough TG-3 is a digital compact camera that is also part of the Tough range of cameras sporting full protection against water, sand and accidental dropping. Other desirable features include GPS and wifi built-in, stereo sound and a bright f/2 lens. In this full test, we discover how all those features and the 16 megapixel resolution work together. The Olympus Tough TG-3 is available in red or black and costs around £349 / $349.

Ease of Use

In the past, digital compact cameras needed large plastic boxes that surrounded the entire body before you could take any underwater pictures. Actual underwater cameras had large, thick bodies that protected against water and butter fingers. It can be argued that Olympus pioneered the camera that was fully protected yet also looked like a normal camera with the Tough series. Sadly, this saw off the celebrated Mju cameras as Olympus decided that a weatherproof camera wasn't as necessary in the market when they could amalgamate the best bits of Mju into Tough. The result of this union shows through in the latest offering in the Tough range, with the TG-3.

From a distance, it looks like any other shockproof and waterproof compact camera with a chunky grip, pronounced buttons and oversized bezel. However, take the latter for example. The silver disc that surrounds the lens can be removed so that you can fix lens attachments to the camera such as an LED light guide and lens converters. The bezel is fitted with a rubber ring so when it's attached no liquid gets in which is a nice touch.

These days it's all about how versatile the camera is and how much punishment it can take. The Olympus Tough TG-3 has an impressive specification. The lens has a fast f/2 aperture for better low light photography. It will mean allowing faster shutter speeds at lower ISO which is great for underwater where natural light is a premium. The zoom is at a modest 4x optical but given that a large zoom will reduce the quality of the image as it's at the extreme ends, that's not such a bad thing.

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Front Rear

On top of all that the sensor is a BSI CMOS. BSI stands for Back-Side Illuminated and refers to the way the sensor is built. Traditional sensors have circuitry surrounding each pixel which transports the information to the processor. On a BSI sensor (sometimes referred to as a back-illuminated sensor) the circuitry is placed on the back of the sensor which frees up space and allows more light onto the pixels. To view the sensor when fitted in the camera, it looks as though it's on backwards, so the back would be illuminated with light when taking a photo if it was a normal sensor. As we mentioned, the advantage is more light falling on the sensor which means it's more responsive in low light and helps reduce noise. The new TruePic VII processor can also adapt its operations according to the settings you have on the camera at the time.

Clearly the Olympus Tough TG-3 has been designed around extensive travel use because it has been fitted with GPS and wifi and there's also an e.compass feature. If you're unfamiliar with how GPS can help you, it will record the times you took a picture and where you were. The camera will then match that information up with the photograph taken at that time and you can place it on an online map, such as Google Maps. The e.compass is a compass that appears on the back of the screen allowing you to get your bearings and will also show longitude and latitude. It will work even if the camera is powered off.

More and more people wish to be creative in their photography and not just by sticking an Instagram style filter over it. Those filters are available if you wish to use them and the Olympus ones are some of the better ones on the market.  The TG-3 also offers Interval shooting and Time-Lapse video. The latter will take a succession of images over a pre-determined time period and make it into a video for you. Interval shooting does pretty much the same thing, but they remain as separate images.

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Front Top

The back of the Olympus Tough TG-3 is styled on a traditional digital compact camera with smaller buttons. That could be problematic when using the camera underwater. The dial to the right is operated by the thumb and we found that even though it's not easy to move around, it could still find it's way into other modes. There are a couple of interesting modes to look at, though, such as the Microscope mode which allows a super-macro focusing of 1cm. However, given that some cameras do that as standard, it seems odd that Olympus have made a new mode for it. There's also a Photostory mode which will take three images and combine them into a modern looking layout of one large image and two smaller ones.

The 3 inch LCD screen benefits from various display options by pressing the Info button situated to the right of it. One of the options is to have the Function menu listed down the right side of the screen. You can access this by pressing the OK button or the left, right, up and down of the navigation pad. Pressing certain ones will open the menu up at the function they operate. For example, if you press the right button which is flash options, the Function menu opens up on Flash. The left button has no designation so will open at the top of the page, as will pressing OK. You can scroll to the bottom of the Function menu to access the Main menu or if that is too much repetitive movement, you can access it via the MENU button towards the bottom of the camera.

Olympus have split the Main menu into four separate sections: Camera, Video, Playback and Set-up. There are multiple pages of some sections to make what looks to be a highly comprehensive menu system. However, some of the pages may only have three or four options. Starting the Olympus Tough TG-3 up from cold, it takes around 1.6sec. That's marginally faster than some of the faster speeds of around 1.8sec that we've seen. This is arguably put down to the lack of having to extend a lens from a closed position.

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Memory Card Slot Battery Compartment

There are three continuous shooting modes: Sequential, Hi1 and Hi2. Sequential shooting is pretty fast without the burst modes. It shoots a fast sequence of images for the first two seconds and can get up to 15 images in that time period giving an average of 7.5fps (frames per second). We tested the camera over a ten second period and the camera managed to take another two images in that time. It takes the camera 30 seconds to download the images to the card before you can view them. Hi1 runs at around 15fps for a period of six seconds, while Hi2 runs at around 50fps and will shoot for a maximum of two seconds. Both of these settings knock the resolution down to 3 megapixels.

You can review pictures you've taken at any time and – like the e.compass – that includes when it's switched off. Simply press and hold the playback button until it springs into life. The most recently taken image will be shown first. If it was part of a sequential shoot, the sequence will appear as a group. You can drill down into them by using the zoom switch on top of the camera. On a single shot, the zoom works as a zoom to see a portion of the picture close up. The INFO button will show three different amounts of information with the picture. The most being all shoot information such as ISO, resolution, aperture, shutter speed, shooting mode and a histogram. The menu shows nothing different, it's the same as when you're in shooting mode, but it goes straight to the Playback section.

The Olympus Tough TG-3's box is split into two sections. The top section has a thick booklet which is essentially a Quick Start Guide, called the Basic Manual. It's primary role is to get you started and has the instructions in 29 languages. The full instruction manual is on the enclosed CD which also holds Olympus Viewer 3. A useful system for looking at, editing and tagging your pictures if you have no other program. The bottom section holds the camera, a lithium ion battery, long, durable looking camera strap and the charger. The charger is the only area we can see that the TG-3 is let down in terms of being a travellers camera. It comes in three sections using the USB cable, charging unit and a figure 8 lead. That's a lot of additional stuff to carry while moving around.

Image Quality

All of the sample images in this review were taken using the 16 megapixel Fine JPEG setting, which gives an average image size of around 6Mb.


Low ISO images on the Olympus Tough TG-3 don't bode well for the higher settings. In highlights and mid-tones, the images look good with sharp edges, clear detail and good colours. Darker areas look to have some noise reduction already at work. This is in spite of an f/2 lens and back-illuminated sensor. These results remain the same through ISO 200 but with more noise reduction taking place and some colour noise appearing in low key areas.

At ISO 400 the noise in dark areas increases even more and mid-tones are also starting to get affected with a break down on sharp edges. Definite blue coloured blobs appear in shadows. The next sizeable increase in noise appears at ISO 1600 with salt & pepper noise invading mid-tones. Other than that, it's a steady increase in noise throughout the stages.

At ISO 3200, noise reduction software steps up it's game reduces colour in the image in order to reduce colour noise in the image. It's not such a bad thing considering the noise that it still visible. Reds, greens and blues affect darker areas of the image. The final ISO 6400 image lacks much of the detail that ISO 100 takes for granted. A lot of colour has been removed but a lot of colour noise remains, which makes us wonder how bad it really could be.

ISO 100 (100% Crop)

ISO 200 (100% Crop)

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ISO 400 (100% Crop)

ISO 800 (100% Crop)

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ISO 1600 (100% Crop)

ISO 3200 (100% Crop)

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ISO 6400 (100% Crop)


Focal Range

The focal length of the Olympus Tough TG-3 is 25-100mm in 35mm terms. That's only a 4x optical range, but do you need much else on an underwater camera? The lack of zoom means that the camera remains sharper at the extreme ends of the focal length and there is some good edge to edge sharpness on our test shots.



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Adding sharpening to the images taken on the Olympus Tough TG-3 is certainly beneficial, however, if there's too much noise in the image, it exacerbates the problem, so be careful if you decide to use it.

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Sharpened (100% Crop)

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File Quality

There are two JPEG quality settings available on the Olympus Tough TG-3, including Fine and Normal.

16M Fine (7.54Mb) (100% Crop) 16M Normal (3.08Mb) (100% Crop)
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Chromatic Aberrations

Lens quality is very good on the Olympus Tough TG-3 and we barely found any traces of chromatic aberration. The only image we could find any on was the Microscope setting which is a supermacro setting. Things get distorted at that setting but we still only found trace amounts which were very out of focus areas.

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The macro on the Olympus Tough TG-3 is a supermacro which is enabled by switching the command dial to the microscope setting. In that mode, it can focus down to 1cm. Aside from that, you're looking at a 5cm close focus performance.


Macro (100% Crop)

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Super Macro

Super Macro (100% Crop)

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The flash on the Olympus Tough TG-3 works well. It's an intelligent system designed to compliment ambient light and stabilise it. There's also an LED which looks brighter when focusing than when you actually take a picture. There's also an additional LED attachment sold separately. There's no vignetting that we can see that's caused by the lens. Using flash doesn't add any either.

Off - Wide Angle (25mm)

Fill-in - Wide Angle (25mm)

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Off - Telephoto (100mm)

Fill-in - Telephoto (100mm)

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We didn't get any red-eye in our test, but when out shooting a live event in a darker situation, we found that red-eye did appear. In that situation, a red-eye reduction feature isn't viable because the shot has to be taken there and then. However, all is not lost as there is an in camera red-eye removal feature which does work with all but the strongest red-eye.


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Red-eye Reduction

Red-eye Reduction (100% Crop)

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There are two night scene settings on the Olympus Tough TG-3. You can choose whether you're hand holding the camera or resting it/using a tripod. The latter is by far the best option as it will select a lower ISO to reduce noise. We also took a test shot in Program mode to see what the differences are. Because we can control the ISO in Program mode, we'll naturally select the lowest available. However, the difference is that Program mode only has a slowest shutter speed of 1/2 second while the Night shot Tripod mode exposed for 2sec for us. We got a much faster shutter speed of 1/25 second but also uses an ISO of 3200. 

Night Program

Night Program (100% Crop)

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Night Scene Handheld

Night Scene Handheld (100% Crop)

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Night Scene Tripod

Night Scene Tripod (100% Crop)

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Sample Images

This is a selection of sample images from the Olympus Tough TG-3 camera, which were all taken using the 16 megapixel Fine JPEG setting. The thumbnails below link to the full-sized versions, which have not been altered in any way.

Sample Movie & Video

This is a sample movie at the quality setting of 1920x1080 at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 24 second movie is 78Mb in size.

Product Images

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Image Displayed

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Turned On

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Shooting Mode Menu

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Quick Menu

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Compass


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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Main Menu

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Main Menu

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Rear of the Olympus Tough TG-3 / Wi-fi

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Top of the Olympus Tough TG-3

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Bottom of the Olympus Tough TG-3

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Front of the Olympus Tough TG-3

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Memory Card Slot

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Battery Compartment


As long as you have some patience, then using the Olympus Tough TG-3 is a delight. It's responsive, versatile and durable. We took it to many events from gigs to days out at the beach and it coped with all of them. The patience comes with the frustrations we discovered. For example, putting a memory card in will frequently knock the protective catch down the card making it write protected. You have to take it out to slide it back up again. That's not too much of an issue until you've done it a couple of times a week. The other issue is that to make the camera extra water tight, there's a double lock on the battery door where the memory card is stored, so you have to undo it twice then redo it twice.

We're pleased with the pictures that the Olympus Tough TG-3 took and how sharp they are. We did keep getting a mysterious pale spot in the centre of some images, for example the ISO test shots and we couldn't find a way round it. It could be lens flare, but we also couldn't purposefully reproduce it.

Build quality is to a high standard. Olympus have included some nice little touches to make the Tough TG-3 a more attractive camera than other major players, such as Nikon and Panasonic. The e.compass, GPS and wifi makes it an attractive camera to users looking for adventure. Couple that with the obvious tough exterior and it's a camera for all situations. However, it's kind of let down at the last hurdle by the charging system which is unnecessarily large.

The Olympus Tough TG-3 is an expensive camera, for a point and shooter, but it's an investment over an impulse purchase or something just for occasional use. It's an intensive use camera designed for a lot of picture taking on extensive holidays and trips. If you're about to embark on an adventure and need a camera that can cope with a lot of abuse in extreme situations, then take a look at the Olympus Tough TG-3.

4 stars

Ratings (out of 5)
Design 3.5
Features 4.5
Ease-of-use 4
Image quality 3.5
Value for money 3.5

Main Rivals

Listed below are some of the rivals of the Olympus Tough TG-3.

Canon PowerShot D30

The Canon PowerShot D30 is an action compact camera that's waterproof to an impressive 25m, as well as being dust, freeze and shock proof. The Canon D30 also offers12 megapixels, a 5x zoom, 1080p HD video, built-in GPS and a 3-inch screen. Read our in-depth Canon PowerShot D30 review now...

Fujifilm FinePix XP70

The Fujifilm FinePix XP70 is a tough water, freeze, shock and dust proof 16 megapixel compact camera. The XP70 also offers built-in wi-fi, 10fps burst shooting, 1080i HD movies, a 5x zoom lens and a 2.7 inch LCD screen. Read our expert Fujifilm FinePix XP70 review now...

Nikon Coolpix AW120

The Coolpix AW120 is Nikon's latest all-action compact camera. The 16 megapixel Nikon AW120 has a 5x zoom lens (24-120mm), 3 inch OLED 921K-dot screen, built-in GPS and wi-fi, 8fps burst shooting and can record full 1080p video. Read our Nikon Coolpix AW120 review to find out if it's the right tough camera for you...

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 is a new freeze, shock, water and dust proof camera. The well-appointed Panasonic FT5 also features built-in GPS, wi-fi and NFC functionality, a compass, altimeter and barometer, 4.6x zoom, 1920x1080 full-HD movie recording and a 16 megapixel sensor. Read our Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 review to find out if this is the best do-it-all camera for your family....

Pentax Optio WG-3

The Pentax Optio WG-3 is a new shock, freeze, dust, water and crush proof compact camera. The Pentax WG3 offers 16 megapixels, a 3-inch LCD, a 4x zoom lens, Full HD movie recording and built-in LED macro lights. Available for £279.99 / $299.95, read our in-depth Pentax Optio WG-3 review now...

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Olympus Tough TG-3 from around the web.

techradar.com »

Last year's TG-2 has proven to literally be a tough act to follow for Olympus, thanks to it blending rock-hard construction with a host of action-orientated features and the widest-aperture lens in the class. Consequently the TG-3 doesn't mess with this recipe too much as it maintains the same lens and toughness credentials but adds a new 16 megapixel CMOS sensor to replace the TG-2's 12 megapixel device.
Read the full review »

uk.pcmag.com »

Since the introduction of the TG-1, Olympus has been on the top of our recommendation list for tough cameras. Its latest effort, the TG-3 ($349.99), adds a few features that were absent in the TG-1 and TG-2, including Wi-Fi and a robust Microscope macro mode that supports in-camera focus stacking. Its 16-megapixel image sensor introduces a bit more noise in photos than previous 12-megapixel models, but the wide-aperture f/2 lens captures a lot of light so you can keep it set at a reasonable level. And there's a unique LED light accessory available for macro illumination. The TG-3 is a worthy successor to its predecessor, and follows it as our Editors' Choice for rugged compact cameras.
Read the full review »

whatdigitalcamera.com »

The Olympus TG-3 is the manufacturer's latest high-end lifeproof compact, aimed at resisting all you can throw at it. Find out if it succeeds in the WDC review...
Read the full review »


Image Sensor

  • Effective pixels

    16 Megapixels

  • Filter array

    Primary colour filter (RGB)

  • Full resolution

    16.76 Megapixels

  • Type

    1/2.3'' CMOS


  • Optical zoom

    4x (WIDE)

  • Focal length

    4.5 ‑ 18.0mm

  • Focal length (equiv. 35mm)

    25 ‑ 100mm

  • Structure

    9 lenses / 7 groups

  • Aspherical glass elements


  • Maximum aperture

    2.0 ‑ 4.9

  • Filter diamater


Digital Zoom

  • Enlargement factor

    4x / 16x combined with optical zoom

  • Super Resolution Zoom

    2x / 8x combined with optical zoom


  • Monitor type


  • Monitor size

    7.6cm / 3.0'' (3:2)

  • Resolution

    460000 dots

  • Brightness adjustment

    +/‑ 2 levels

  • Frame assistance


  • Protection panel


Focusing System

  • Method

    TTL iESP auto focus with contrast detection

  • Modes

    • iESP
    • Face Detection AF
    • Spot
    • AF Tracking
  • Standard mode

    0.1m ‑ ∞ (wide) / 0.1m ‑ ∞ (tele)

  • Super Macro Mode

    Closest focusing distance: 1cm

  • Microscope Mode

    Zoom capability while being in Super Macro Mode

  • AF lock


  • AF illuminator


Light Metering

  • Histogram in shooting mode


  • Modes

    • ESP light metering
    • Spot metering

Exposure System

  • Shutter speed

    1/2 ‑ 1/2000s / < 4s (Night scene)

  • Exposure compensation

    +/‑ 2EV / 1/3 steps

  • Enhancement function

    Mechanical Image Stabiliser (Sensor shift)


    Advanced Face Detection Technology


    Shadow Adjustment Technology

  • Modes

    • i-Auto
    • Programme automatic
    • Super Macro
    • Scene Modes
    • Aperture priority
    • Art Filter
    • Photo Story
    • Custom shooting
    • Panorama
    • Movie

Scene Modes

  • Number of scene modes


  • Modes

    • Portrait
    • e-Portrait
    • Landscape
    • Interval shooting
    • Hand-held Starlight
    • Night Scene
    • Night Scene with portrait
    • Sports
    • Indoor
    • Self-portrait
    • Sunset
    • Fireworks
    • Cuisine
    • Documents
    • Beach and Snow
    • Underwater Snapshot
    • Underwater Wide 1
    • Underwater Wide 2
    • Underwater Macro
    • Snow
    • Panorama
    • Backlight HDR

Magic Filter

  • Types

    • Pop Art
    • Soft Focus
    • Pale & Light Colour
    • Grainy Film
    • Pin Hole
    • Diorama
    • Dramatic Tone


  • Auto

    AUTO / High AUTO

  • Manual

    ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400

White Balance

  • AUTO WB system


  • Preset values

    • Overcast
    • Sunlight
    • Tungsten
    • Underwater
    • Flourescent 1
  • One-touch white balance

    1 custom settings can be registered

Internal Flash

  • Modes

    • AUTO
    • Red-eye reduction
    • Fill-in
    • Off
  • Working range (wide)

    0.2 ‑ 7.9m (ISO 1600)

  • Working range (tele)

    0.2 ‑ 3.1m (ISO 1600)

External Flash Control

  • Wireless flash control


Sequence Shooting

  • Reduced resolution

    60fps / 100 frames (in 3MP mode)


    15fps / 100 frames (in 3MP mode)

  • Full resolution

    5fps / 25 frames

  • Interval shooting


Image Processing

  • Pixel mapping


  • Noise reduction


  • Engine

    TruePic VII

  • Distortion compensation


  • Shading compensation


View Images

  • Modes

    • Single
    • Index
    • Zoom
    • Slide show
    • Event
  • Index

    5 x 4 frames

  • Zoom

    Yes 1.1 ‑ 10x

  • Auto rotation


  • Image protect mode


  • Histogram in playback mode


View Movie

  • Modes

    • Frame by frame
    • Fast forward
    • Reverse playback

Still Image Recording

  • DCF


  • EXIF


  • PIM


  • DPS


  • DPOF


Movie Recording System

  • Recording format

    MOV (H.264) / HS Movie: AVI (Motion JPEG)

  • Image Stabilisation Mode

    Multi‑motion Movie IS

  • HD Movie quality

    1080P Recording time: 29min.


    720P Recording time: 29min.

  • Movie quality

    VGA Recording time: Up to card capacity

  • High-Speed Recording

    QVGA / 240fps 20sec.


    VGA / 120fps Recording time: 20sec.

  • Time laps

    720p (AVI Motion JPEG®)


    Note: maximum file size 4GB


    When shooting 1080P/720P movies, use SDHC / SDXC class 6 or higher.

  • Art Filter

    • Pop Art
    • Soft Focus
    • Pale & Light Colour
    • Grainy Film
    • Pin Hole
    • Diorama
    • Dramatic Tone

Sound Recording System

  • Voice Playback


  • Sound recording

    Yes , format: PCM

  • Internal microphone


  • Image footage


  • Speaker



  • Removable Media

    SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS‑I class supported)

  • Internal memory


  • Eye-Fi Card compatible


Image Size

  • 16M

    4608 x 3456

  • 8M

    3264 x 2448

  • 3M

    2048 x 1536

  • VGA

    640 x 480

  • Aspect ratio

    4:3 / 3:2 / 16:9 / 1:1


  • Menu languages in camera


Tough Features

  • Shock resistant

    Shock‑proof from heights of up to 2.1m *

  • Waterproof

    Waterproof up to a water pressure equivalent to 15m depth **

  • Freezeproof

    Freezeproof down to ‑10°C ***

  • Crushproof

    Crushproof up to 100kg ****

  • Dustproof



    * Equivalent to MIL Standard (Olympus test conditions)


    ** According to IEC standard publication 529 IPX8


    *** According to Olympus test conditions


    **** According to IEC standard publication 529 IPX6

Other Features

  • Tap Control


  • GPS


  • Electronic compass


  • SNS upload


  • Manometer


  • Perfect Shot Preview


  • Panorama function

    In‑Camera Panorama

  • Self timer

    Delay: 2 / 12s / Custom

  • Menu guide


  • Date imprint


  • LED Illuminator


Customisation Options

  • My Mode

    1 setting storable

Power Supply

  • Battery

    LI‑92B Lithium‑Ion Battery

  • Internal Charging



  • HDMI™

    Yes Micro connector (Type D) *

  • Wireless connectivity

    • WiFi
    • Eye-Fi Card compatible
    • FlashAir
  • DC input


  • Combined A/V & USB output


  • USB 2.0 High Speed



    * "HDMI", the HDMI logo and "High‑Definition Multimedia Interface" are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.


  • Dimensions (W x H x D)

    111.5 x 65.9 x 31.2mm

  • Weight

    247g (including battery and memory card)


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