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Olympus TG-870 Review | Photography Blog

The 16-megapixel Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870 is a premium rugged camera with a 21-105mm (eq.) f/3.5-5.7 lens 180-degree tilting 920,000-dot LCD screen, customisable front button, built-in Wi-Fi, next-generation GPS, and 13 Art Filters. The camera is waterproof to depths of 50 feet (15 m), freezeproof to 14℉ (-10℃), shockproof from 7 feet (2.1 m), crushproof to 220 pounds of force (100 kgf) and dustproof. The customisable button on the front of the camera can be programmed for several functions, including shutter release, video recording, monitor boost, LED assist and Super Macro Mode. The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870 also boasts a new-generation GPS module. The camera is available in three colourways, Gunmetal Metallic, Metallic Green, and Pure White. The Olympus TG-870 retails for £249.99 / €299.00 / $279.99.

Like its predecessor, the Olympus Stylus TG-870 is a tough all-weather camera that's dustproof, waterproof to 15 metres, freezeproof to -10℃, shockproof against drops from 2.1 metres in height, and crushproof to 100 kilograms of force. The camera houses a 1/2.3”-type CMOS sensor with a resolution of 16 megapixels, and an internally stacked 5x optical zoom lens with a 35mm equivalent focal range of 21-105mm, which allows you to capture everything from wide vistas to head-and-shoulders portraits. It also boasts some serious close-up capabilities, as it has a super macro mode with a minimum focus distance of 1cm. As you may imagine, properly illuminating your macro subjects can be a challenge, which is why Olympus has added an LED light to the camera.

Front of the Olympus TG-870

From the front, the Olympus TG-860 doesn’t resemble much of a departure from the Olympus Tough series compacts of old, or indeed its TG-860 forebear. While the TG-870 lacks a “proper” hand-grip, the camera feels reassuringly solid when gripped in the palm. In fact, the entire camera feels a lot more robust in the hand than you’d think based on a cursory look at the product shots. Having said that, the Olympus TG-870 still handles much like a “traditional” digital compact. It even has a mode dial for quick access to the main shooting modes. These include Programmed Auto (P), intelligent Auto (iAuto), Super Macro, Scene, Art, Sportcam, Panorama and Self Portrait. Notable by their absence are any semi-automatic shooting modes, such as Aperture or Shutter Priority, or indeed a full manual mode. One of the reasons for this is that the lens lacks an iris diaphragm, so you cannot actually change the aperture. It would still be nice to set the shutter speed manually, as the “third exposure variable” – to wit, ISO sensitivity – is, of course, controllable.

Apart from the mode dial, there’s only a handful of physical controls on the Olympus TG-870. These include the on/off button and shutter release, a zoom lever, a dedicated video record button, a traditional four-way pad with centred OK button, plus playback and menu/Wi-Fi buttons. A few functions – including the self-timer, drive modes, flash modes and information overlay options – are mapped unto the four-way controller but there is no direct-button access to exposure compensation, ISO speeds or white balance. Unfortunately, you need to delve into the Function Menu to adjust these parameters. This is all the more surprising given that the Olympus TG-870 has inherited the Stylus TG-860's customisable “face button,” which acts as a secondary shutter release by default – useful when facing the camera to take a selfie – but can be reprogrammed to perform a variety of tasks including one-touch video recording, boosting the monitor's brightness, flashing the LED illuminator, or switching the Super Macro function on and off. The movie record button can also be assigned to perform any of these functions but, as noted above, neither of these controls can act as an ISO or white balance button.

The Olympus TG-870 In-hand

The camera's rear screen offers a resolution of 920,000 dots, up from 460,000 in the TG-860. In this respect, the TG-870 is actually ahead of the (otherwise) range-topping Olympus TG-5 too, as the TG-5 is also stuck with a 460K-dot panel. The screen can be flipped up by 180° to face whatever is in front of the camera, but doesn’t tilt downwards or flip outwards to allow for further creative framing. On the plus side, this minimises the potential for possible damage to hinges, should the camera be dropped or take a knock – and there is potentially more creativity to be had than from a standard fixed screen. The monitor has decent viewing angles and a good sharpness to images and text alike, but its colours are not always representative of what you’ll see after downloading your photos to a computer and viewing them on a calibrated screen

The Olympus TG-870 has a number of menus, including a Function menu – accessible via the OK button – plus Shooting, Movie, Playback and Setup menus. In Programmed Auto, the Function menu gives you access to the camera's Picture Modes, flash settings, exposure compensation, white balance, ISO sensitivity, self-timer, drive mode, resolution and aspect ratios. In the other shooting modes, you typically get a narrower range of options to choose from. The Shooting menu is reserved for less often used (or modified) settings such as compression, image stabilisation, digital zoom, shadow adjustment, AF illumination, date stamp etc. Somewhat surprisingly, you also need to delve into this menu to set your desired focusing and metering modes.

Top of the Olympus TG-870

The available scene modes include Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Interval Shooting, Live Composite, Hand-Held Starlight, Night Scene, Night+Portrait, Sport, Indoor, Sunset, Beach & Snow, Fireworks, Cuisine, Documents, Snapshot, Underwater Macro, Underwater Wide 1, Underwater Wide 2 and Backlit HDR, which is actually a regular HDR mode that can be used in a variety of situations – definitely not just backlit scenes.

In terms of continuous shooting, the TG-870 does a very decent 7fps in 16-megapixel mode – for up to 7 frames –, with up to 60fps available at a reduced resolution. As you’d expect from an “outdoor” camera, the Olympus TG-870 features an integrated GPS unit for automatic geotagging – a new-generation GPS module at that, which in our experience was often able to establish a satellite connection within a few seconds of switching on the camera (then again, in other situations it took up to half a minute to find a suitable satellite).

Selfie Mode

The Olympus Tough TG-870 has a very decent movie mode. The available video resolutions range from VGA to 720p to 1080/60p Full HD, and you can use the optical zoom while filming. What’s more, the camera has a pair of stereo microphones on its top plate, which are capable of recording above-average quality audio. Importantly, you can also shoot movies in Super Macro mode, enabling you to capture tiny beings in their natural habitats – an important consideration for an “adventure” camera. The Olympus TG-870 has an HDMI out port allowing users to play back their videos on a TV set.

The camera's Sportcam mode gives you a number of additional movie shooting options, including a 120fps mode at 854x480, and a 240fps mode at 640x360 pixels, plus a time-lapse movie mode. Additionally, the Sportcam mode also offers an interval shooting option dubbed a 'Sportburst.'

Front of the Olympus TG-870

As befits a “Tough” camera, the Olympus Stylus TG-870's memory card/battery compartment and connection ports (a multi-terminal and an HDMI connector) are protected by a sturdy cover with double locks. The camera has two tripod sockets, although neither is aligned with the lens' optical axis. Commendably, neither socket is positioned in such a way as to prevent you from changing batteries or memory cards while the camera is mounted on a tripod. The battery is normally charged in-camera, with a mains adapter, plug and USB lead provided for the purpose. The port for the USB lead – and mini HDMI cable – is within the compartment that also houses the rechargeable battery, so the battery door must remain open for its power cell to be charged. Fortunately, a separately sold external charger (Olympus UC-50) is also available to purchase.

The Olympus TG-870 offers on-board Wi-Fi connectivity. This means that the camera can create its own wireless network and be controlled remotely via your smartphone or tablet. To take advantage of this, you need to have an Android or iOS device and download the free Olympus Image Share app from GooglePlay/iTunes. After that, everything is pretty straightforward. You simply press the Menu/Wi-Fi button, and select Wi-Fi Start from the menu to set up a connection. The Olympus Stylus TG-870 will provide you with an SSID and password, but you do not need to type in either of them – just launch the app on your phone and scan the QR code displayed by your camera with your phone. This is nearly as fast as using NFC (Near-Field Communication), a feature that the TG-870 doesn't offer. Once the connection is established, you can download images from the camera to your smartphone, or use the latter to remotely control the TG-870.

This rounds off our evaluation of the camera's handling and feature set. Let us now move on to the image quality assessment!

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Olympus Tough TG-870: съемка в любых условиях

Компания Olympus представила новую камеру Tough TG-870. Достаточно прочная чтобы оказаться где угодно — водонепроницаемая до 15 м., ударопрочная до 2.1 м., выдерживает давление до 100 кг., пыленепроницаемая и морозоустойчивая до −10°C, она станет непревзойденным помощником для всех ваших приключений.

Основные характеристики:

  • Широкоугольный, оптический объектив и 5-кратный зум (21-105) для динамичных кадров и селфи
  • Невероятно прочная для съемки под открытым небом, на спортивных мероприятиях и в самых тяжелых условиях
  • Водонепроницаемая до 15 м.**
  • Антиударная до 2.1 м.**
  • Выдерживает нагрузку до 100 кг.**
  • Морозоустойчивая до −10°C**
  • Поворотный монитор 3″ (7,6 см.) 920,000-точек LCD, кнопка на передней панели и автоматический режим съемки селфи (SelfPortraitModesettings) облегчают процесс съемки
  • Поддержка WiFi для режима дистанционного управления и возможность делиться снимками посредством смартфона и приложения Olympus OI.Share
  • Встроенный GPS для получения полной и точной информации о месте пребывания по всему миру в течение 10 секунд
  • SportCam режим съемки высококачественного и широкоэкранного видео в разных форматах и SportBurst режим для серийной фотосъемки
  • Новый LiveComposite режим для рисования светом

Дополнительные характеристики:

  • Технология iHS для быстрого реагирования камеры и качественного результата съемки быстро движущихся объектов в слабоосвещенном месте или ночью
  • 16-мегапиксельный КМОП сенсор с обратной засветкой для высокого разрешения и отличного качества ваших снимков
  • Новейший графический процессор TruePicVII для быстрого восстановления настроек и превосходного качества изображения
  • 3″ (7.6 см) 920,000 точек поворотный на 180° LCD-дисплей для легкого кадрирования в трудных условиях
  • 1080p Full HD-ролики 60p для записи роскошных видеоклипов
  • Интервальная съемка, замедленная фотосъемка и съемка в режиме LiveComposite
  • Гибридная 5-осевая система стабилизации для снимков без размытия и уменьшения дрожания камеры при съемке фильмов
  • 13 Художественных Фильтров для добавления эффектов в видео и фотографии

Владельцы TG-870 пользуются также приложениями OI.Share и OI.Track, позволяющими управлять камерой на расстоянии с помощью WiFi со смартфона и делиться в социальных сетях снимками с геопривязкой, буквально отовсюду и без компьютера.

Эта камера также может похвастаться самым широкоугольным, из доступных сегодня, объективом для прочных и водонепроницаемых компактных фотоаппаратов (21-105 мм.*). Она может похвастаться не только этим, но и тем, что с этой камерой легче, чем когда-либо,фотографировать себя,благодаря удобному дизайну и поворотному 3″ дисплею, кнопке на передней панели, которая стала альтернативой спуску затвора, и специальному режиму селфи SelfieMode, исправляющему искажения на снимках.

Любителям спортивных фотографий понравятся режимы SportBurst и SportCam, запечатлевающие каждый миг событий, а улучшенный ряд Художественных режимов станет совершенным инструментом для вашего творчества.

Не упустите момент

Разве не раздражает, когда вы фотографируете на ярком, солнечном свете, а на вашем LCD мониторе едва можно что-то различить? В камере TG-870 это предусмотрено, и максимальная яркость LCD монитора увеличена в 2.6 раз по сравнению с обычным уровнем яркости. Великолепный широкоугольный объектив камеры(21-105 мм*) и пятикратный оптический зум в сочетании с 16-мегапиксельным КМОП сенсором с обратной засветкой, мощным процессором TruePicVII, технологиями iHSгарантирует прекрасное качество по всему кадру даже при съемке быстро движущихся объектов и при слабом освещении. Новая функция фиксации автофокуса подразумевает полную свободу фокусировки для вас, включая режимы подводной съемки (Snapshot, Wide 1 and Macro).

Не упустите эту сцену

Камера TG-870 отличается не только великолепным качеством изображения, но также своими широкоэкранными видеоклипами. Режим SportCam Mode автоматически настраивает формат 16:9 и предлагает три других видео формата, включая режим замедленной съемки. При помощи кнопки на передней панели можно начинать видео съемку, даже когда камера помещена в чехол и надежно пристегнута к спортивному ремешку. А режим замедленной съемки может быть использован для съемки ночных сцен со скоростью срабатывания затвора до 4 секунд. Также новый режим LiveComposite позволяет вам делать креативные кадры и рисовать светом, наблюдая за процессом в режиме LiveView.

Для любителей селфи

Вы хотели когда-нибудь сфотографироваться во время сноркелинга? С помощью 3″ LCD монитора,поворотного на 180°, делать селфи под водой стало невероятно легко! Для съемки селфи предусмотрена кнопка на передней панели, как альтернатива спуску затвора. С помощью этой кнопки вы можете фотографировать одной рукой, как правой так и левой.

Камера TOUGHTG-870 поступит в продажу в Европе в апреле 2016 — превосходное время для прогулок на свежем воздухе и период отпусков. Новинка будет продаваться в белом, черном и зеленом цвете. Каждая камера Olympus получает дополнительную шестимесячную гарантию, в случае если она зарегистрирована на My Olympus онлайн платформе.

  • Спортивный держатель (CSCH-123) — Не несите вашу камеру в руках. Вы можете надежно прикрепить ее к ремешку рюкзака. Спортивный держатель идет в комплекте со спиральным шнуром, карабином и быстрым открывающимся механизмом для вашего максимального удобства.
  • Подводный бокс (PT-057) — Предназначен для съемки на глубине до 45 метров. Кнопка на передней панели может быть использована для широкоугольной или макросъемки и управляться, не снимая перчаток, или через бокс.
  • Силиконовый чехол (CSCH-124) — Этот чехол защищает камеру от неблагоприятных факторов. LCD монитор, кнопка на передней панели, два крепления для штатива могут использоваться, не снимая чехла.
  • Мягкий чехол для камеры (CSCH-121) — Стильный и устойчивый к погодным условиям чехол идет в комплекте с карабином. Специально предназначен для быстрой просушки и проветривания.Доступен в черном, голубом и красном вариантах.
  • Плавающий ремешок (CHS-09) — Шикарный красный ремешок для использования камеры в воде
  • Футляр AdventureTOUGH — неопреновый футляр c поясным креплением, легко снимаемым ручным ремешком, металлическим карабином и страховочным шнуром.
  • Набор TOUGHAdventure — состоит из футляра AdventureTOUGH, плавающего ремешка CHS-09, дополнительного шейного ремешка и сумки для прохладительных напитков.

*Равно 35 мм.

*Уровень водонепроницаемость дан согласно стандартам Международной электротехнической комиссии (IEC), документ опубликован под номером 529 IPX8. Уровень антиударности соответствует системе стандартов Министерства обороны США (MILStandard) и режиму для испытаний Olympus. Морозоустойчивость и выдержка давления соответствуют стандартам режима для испытаний Olympus.

* Шесть месяцев дополнительно к законодательно установленной государством гарантии в стране приобретения.


Olympus TG-860 vs Olympus TG-870

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Olympus TG-860 advantages over Olympus TG-870

  • $230 vs $279 Save money for lenses or accessories

Olympus TG-870 advantages over Olympus TG-860

  • 920k vs 460k dots Can mean greater resolution or a brighter screen


Common Strengths

  • Both provide Take photos underwater without destroying your camera!
  • In-Camera Image Stabilization Both provide Reduces the effects of camera shake at slower shutter speeds
  • Both provide Stitches multiple shots into a panoramic photo
  • Both provide Tilt the screen for shooting flexbility
  • Both provide Share your photos wirelessly
  • Both provide
  • Both provide Useful in a pinch for fill flash
  • Both provide Use HDMI output to monitor or review video
  • Both provide

Common Weaknesses

  • Neither provide Your camera will highlight what's in focus
  • Neither provide Tilt and swivel the screen for maximum shooting flexibility
  • Neither provide You'll be able to frame photos even when the sun is out
  • Neither provide Interact with your camera just like your smartphone
  • Neither provide Gives you more flexibility to develop your photos later
  • Neither provide Simplifies pairing your camera with supported phones
  • Neither provide Always-on wireless connectivity
  • Neither provide Usually improves live view and video AF performance
  • Neither provide AF is for the weak. Real photographers focus manually.
  • Neither provide Shoot in daylight with a large aperture or slow shutter
  • Neither provide Improved sound fidelity when shooting video
  • Neither provide Off-camera flashes open new possibilities
  • Neither provide Monitor audio recording while you shoot video
  • Neither provide Hold the shutter open manually for long exposures

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STYLUS TG-870 Tough | T (Tough) Series | Olympus

A camera fitting to extreme outdoor environments

The TG-870 is a Tough camera capable of capturing active scenes in the great outdoors. Its optical 5x zoom lens starting from an ultra-wide 21mm [1] makes it easy to capture vast landscapes, and a 180° flip-up monitor helps shooting in narrow spots. It is also equipped with more Art Filters than the previous model[2], making it more enjoyable and convenient to use.

Tough Capabilities & Ultra-wide 21mm Lens

The TG-870 is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, and crushproof, letting you take photos anywhere, whether you are skiing on the slopes, on a severe trek, or snorkeling off of a reef. This model also features a wide 21mm[1] lens that can be used to capture selfies against majestic landscapes.

Advanced 180-degree Flip-up Monitor

By flipping the monitor up, you can view the subject from a variety of angles when shooting.

Sportcam Mode

The TG-870 features Sportcam mode for outdoor sports enthusiasts. When combined with the Sport Holder and face button, versatile movie recording is possible.

Built-in Wi-Fi & GPS

This model is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi for easy photo sharing. It also possesses high-precision positioning functions such as the Assist GPS, useful in creating records of your outdoor activities and travels.

An Expanded Wealth of Expression

The addition of New Art Filters and Live Composite make a wide range of expressions possible.


  • AF lock
  • AC adapter for high-speed charging
  • Body colours to choose from
  • Variety of separately available camera cases

Basic Information

Product name Box Contents
STYLUS TG-870 Tough
Strap, USB cable, F-5AC AC adapter for internal charging, LI-50B lithium ion rechargeable battery, Olympus Viewer 3 CD-ROM, instruction manual and warranty card

  • 1 35mm equivalent
  • 2 TG-860
  • Pictures are for illustrative purposes only.
  • Screen captures on the monitor are composite images.


Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870: Digital Photography Review

Announced Jan 6, 2016

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Manufacturer description: The new Stylus Tough TG-870 is a premium rugged camera built to capture high-quality photos and video in the most challenging situations. This compact, take-anywhere camera is packed with features, including a class-leading ultra wide-angle 21mm (equivalent) lens with 5x optical zoom, allowing users the ability to effortlessly frame everything from dramatic landscapes to group shots. Together with its high-resolution 180-degree tilting LCD monitor, customizable front button, Sportcam Modes with full HD 1080/60p video, built-in Wi-Fi and next-generation GPS.

In the tradition of the Olympus Tough series of rugged compact cameras, the Stylus Tough TG-870 is built to withstand extreme conditions: the camera is waterproof to depths of 50 feet (15 m), freezeproof to 14°F (-10°C), shockproof from 7 feet (2.1 m), crushproof to 220 pounds of force (100 kgf) and dustproof. The 21mm–105mm (35mm equivalent) f3.5–5.7 zoom lens is the widest lens in the rugged compact category, perfect for ultra-wide group selfie shots.

The Stylus Tough TG-870’s 180-degree tilting 920,000-dot high-resolution LCD monitor has double the resolution and is 1.1x brighter than that of its predecessor, enabling the user to see more detail while shooting outdoors or underwater. The customizable button on the front of the camera can be programmed for several functions, including shutter release, video recording, monitor boost, LED assist and Super Macro Mode.

An impressive variety of shooting modes and 13 Art Filters, including 6 new filters (Vintage, Key Line, Watercolor, Light Tone, Cross Process and Gentle Sepia), help the user capture distinctive images. The Stylus Tough TG-870 is equipped with nighttime Live Composite Mode, which automatically combines the brightest areas of multiple images taken with interval shooting for dramatic photos of cityscapes, star trails and light painting. Sportcam Mode puts four video options right at the user’s fingertips. With 60p Movie, the camera captures full HD 1080p video at 60 frames per second (fps), with 720/60p and 480/60p options also available. With High-Speed Movie, the Stylus Tough TG-870 can record slow-motion video at 120 fps at 854x480 (16:9) or 640x480 (4:3) resolution, or 240 fps at 640x360 (16:9) or 480x360 (4:3) resolution. Time Lapse Movie compresses hours of action into a short movie, and Sport Burst allows photographers to capture sequential images with a shutter interval of 0.05 to 60 seconds.


Olympus TG-870 Review - Specifications

Model Name: Prices: Manufacturer URL: Predecessor: Successor: Model Number: Alternate Model Number(s): Camera Format: Currently Manufactured: Retail Price: Street Price: Date Available: Tripod Mount: Weight: Size: Waterproof: Waterproof Depth: Sensor Type: Sensor Manufacturer: Effective Megapixels: Sensor Format: Sensor size: Approximate Pixel Pitch: Focal Length Multiplier: Aspect Ratio: Color Filter Type: Anti Aliasing Filter: Self-Cleaning: Sensor shift image stabilization: On-Sensor Phase Detect: DxO Sensor Score: DxO Color Depth Score (bits): DxO Dynamic Range Score (evs): DxO Maximum Effective ISO Score (iso): Image Resolution: Image File Format: Continuous-mode frames/second: Can take movies: Movie Resolution: Movie File Format: Composite Video Out: NTSC/PAL Switchable Video: Video Usable as Viewfinder: HD Video Out: HD Video Connection: Lens Mount: Lens: Focal Length (35mm equivalent): Focal Length (actual): Zoom Ratio: Aperture Range: Integrated ND Filter: Normal Focus Range: Macro Focus Range: Filter Thread: Thread Type: Optical Image Stabilization: Digital Zoom: Digital Zoom Values: Auto Focus: Auto Focus Type: Auto Focus Assist Light? Manual Focus: Viewfinder: Viewfinder Type: Focus Peaking: EVF Resolution: Viewfinder Magnification (35mm equivalent): Viewfinder Magnification (nominal/claimed): Eye-level Viewfinder: Rear Display: Rear Display Size (inches): Rear Display Resolution: Touchscreen: Articulating Screen: Tilt Swivel Screen: Selfie Screen: Max Playback Zoom: Top Deck Display: Maximum ISO (native): Minimum ISO (native): ISO Settings: Auto ISO Mode: White Balance Settings: Shutter Speed Range: Bulb Mode: Exposure Compensation: Metering Modes: Program Auto Exposure: Aperture Priority: Shutter Priority: Full Manual Exposure: Creative Exposure Modes: Self Timer: Time Lapse (intervalometer): High Resolution Composite: Built-in Flash: Flash Modes: Flash Guide Number (ISO 100): Flash Range Description: Max Flash Sync: Flash Exposure Compensation: External Flash Connection: Built-In Wireless Flash Control: Usable Memory Types: UHS Support: Other Memory: Dual Card Slots: RAW Capture Support: Uncompressed Format: Movie File Format: Included Memory: Included Memory Type: Built-In Wi-Fi: NFC: Bluetooth: Built-In GPS: Microphone Jack: Headphone Jack: External Connections: PictBridge Compliant: DPOF Compliant: Remote Control: Remote Control Type: Connections (extended): Cycle time for JPEG shooting in single shot mode (seconds per frame, max resolution): Cycle time for RAW shooting in single shot mode (seconds per frame): Buffer size for RAW shooting in single shot mode (frames): Cycle time for RAW+JPEG shooting in single shot mode (seconds per shot): Camera penalizes early shutter press? JPEG shooting speed in burst mode (fps, max resolution): Buffer size for JPEG shooting in burst mode (frames, max resolution): RAW shooting speed in burst mode (fps): Buffer size for RAW shooting in burst mode (frames): RAW+JPEG shooting speed in burst mode (fps): Buffer Size for RAW+JPEG shooting in burst mode (frames): Shutter lag (full AF, wide/mid): Shutter lag (full AF, tele): Shutter lag (full AF, live view - DSLR): Shutter lag (prefocused, live view - DSLR): Shutter Lag (manual focus): Shutter lag (full AF, with flash): Shutter Lag (prefocused): Shutter Lag (notes): Startup Time: Play -> Record Time: Flash cycle time, full power: Battery Life, Stills (CIPA Rating Monitor/Live View): Battery Life, Still (CIPA Rating OVF/EVF): Battery Life, Video: Battery Form Factor: Usable Battery Types: Batteries Included: Battery Charger Included (dedicated charger or AC/USB adapter): Dedicated Battery Charger Included: Internal Charging Supported: Included Software: OS Compatibility: Notes & Features:
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7.8 oz (221 g)
4.4 x 2.5 x 1.1 in. (113 x 64 x 28 mm)
50.00 feet (15 meters)
1/2.3 inch
28.0735mm2 (6.17mm x 4.55mm)
1.34 microns
4608 x 3456 (15.9 MP, 4:3)
1920x1080 (60p/​30p) 1280x720 (60p/​30p) 640x480 (60p/​30p) 854x480 (120p) 640x480 (120p) 640x360 (240p)

480x360 (240p)

MOV/H.264 with stereo sound (AVI/Motion JPEG for HS movies)
Olympus Lens; 10 elements in 8 groups with 5 aspherical elements
21 - 105mm
3.7 - 18.7mm
f/3.5 or f/6 (wide) / f/5.7 or f/9.7 (tele)
10 cm to Infinity 3.9 in to Infinity
1 - 10 cm 0.4 - 3.9 in
Up to 4x (2x Super Resolution Zoom)
Contrast Detection: Face Detect AF, iESP Auto, Spot AF, AF Tracking
No / LCD
920,000 dots
Auto, High, 125, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400
Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent, Fluorescent1, Underwater, One-touch
1/2000 - 4 sec
+/- 2.0EV in 0.3EV steps
Digital ESP Metering, Spot Metering
Super Macro, Sportcam, Panorama, Self Portrait, Scene Modes (Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Interval Shooting, Live Composite, Hand-held Starlight, Night Scene, Night + Portrait, Sport, Indoor, Sunset, Fireworks, Cuisine, Documents, Beach & Snow, Under Water Snapshot, Under Water Wide1, Under Water Wide2, Under Water Macro and Backlight HDR); Art Filters (Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale&Light Color, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama, Dramatic Tone, Vintage, Key Line, Watercolor, Light Tone, Cross Process and Gentle Sepia)
2, 12, Custom seconds
Auto, Red-Eye Reduction, Fill-In, Off, LED; off cameras wireless flash supported
ISO1600: W:0.12m-4.0m/ T:0.1m-2.5m
Full TTL exposure
MOV/H.264 with stereo sound (AVI/Motion JPEG for HS movies)
37.0 MB
USB 2.0 High Speed,WiFi
Via Wi-Fi
Multi-Terminal (USB Connector, Audio/Video Output, DC input), Micro (Type-D) HDMI
300 shots
90 minutes
Proprietary LI-50B
Lithium Ion rechargeable
1 x Proprietary LI-50B Lithium-ion rechargeable
OLYMPUS Viewer software CD-ROM
Windows XP SP3/Vista SP2 / 7/ 8 / 8.1, Mac OS X10.5+


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