Cameras Gear

Olympus Stylus Tough TG-Tracker

The action cam is not longer a one horse race. GoPro is still the de facto number one in this space, and for good reason. GoPro has churned out several spectacular cameras in their existence.

However, many new devices are cropping up each day. Read more about the Olympus TG Tracker.

The action cam is no longer a one horse race. GoPro is still the de facto number one in this space, and for good reason. GoPro has churned out several spectacular cameras in their existence.

As I mentioned however, this is not the GoPro show anymore. Several other manufacturers have gotten into this space and one an excellent job.

Enter the Olympus-Stylus-Tough-TG-Tracker. Olympus has always been an brand known for superior quality, but at least in my circles, it is a brand that is often overlooked in favour of brands like Canon. 

Specs:

– 204 degree angle of view

– f2.0 fixed focus

– 4K @ 30p, 1080 @ 60p/30p, 720 @ 120p/60p/30p

– Sensors: GPS, e.Compass, Accelerometer, Barometric Pressure Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Water Sensor

The TG-Tracker is an exceptionally solid device. The overview below shows that this is solid camera, that intends to be known for its strength and toughness compared to others.

– Waterproof to 100ft

– Shockproof to 7ft

– Crushproof to 220 lbf

– Freezeproof to 14F

Available in June for $349 USD & $479 CAD, the TG-Tracker will come in neon green and black colour variants. 

If you’re looking to purchase an action cam this summer, much like myself, I would give the TG-Tracker serious consideration.

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