The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-Tracker lays claim to being the first rugged experiential camera combining rugged capabilities with an advanced Field Sensor System, a 204° ultra-wide-angle f/2.0 high-speed lens and Ultra HD 4K 30p video capture with corresponding activity data. The camera’s built-in Field Sensors include GPS, a barometric-pressure sensor, a temperature sensor, an e.Compass, and an accelerometer.
Data logs can be displayed simultaneously with recorded images using the Olympus Image Track app.
The TG-Tracker is optimized for the most extreme shooting environments, with five rugged capabilities: waterproof to depths of 30 meters (100 feet), dustproof, shockproof from 2.1 m (7 feet), freezeproof to -10°C (14°F), and crushproof up to 100 kilograms of force (220 pounds of force), with no protective case required.
Other features: Time Lapse Movie mode; Loop Recording function; bundled with the UP-T01 Underwater Lens Protector for underwater shooting; graphical user interface (GUI); Electronic 5-Axis Image Stabilization; 4K Video playback via HDMI connection; remote control and image transfer with the Olympus Image Share app.
A high-intensity LED headlight is integrated into the camera body for shooting support in low-light conditions. The bundled SG-T01 Steady Grip helps with stable framing during hand-held shooting. The tilt-out LCD monitor helps with low- and high-angle shooting.
The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-Tracker will be available in green and black beginning in June with an estimated street price of $479.99.