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Olympus Stylus TG-2 Point & Shoot Camera Black Price List in India
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Olympus Stylus TG-2 Point & Shoot Camera Black - Expert Reviews
Olympus, one of the top camera manufacturers around the globe has decided to release its new weapon from its arsenal, and believe me, is really a tough one, literally speaking. We are talking about Olympus Stylus TG-2 Point and Shoot which quite frankly, is simply one of the toughest devices ever produced under the brand name “Olympus”. To tell you the extent of its toughness, well this 12MP star is actually crushproof at a force of 100kilograms of weight, waterproof to a depth of 15metres, and is resistant to any shock thrown from a height of 2.1m. Also, it does not freeze and works perfectly in the conditions up to -10°C as per the claims made by Olympus. Talking about the focal length that this tough monster has to offer, Olympus TG-2 works with a very modest 25-100mm at 35mm equivalent zoom lens, which is not even average at the very best, then there is the maximum aperture size that is f/2 at the very wide-angled end. As per the other highlights of this device, there is a cool GPS system which has been integrated in the device, full HD movie capturing capabilities, full HD movie recording alongside stereo sound, and a video recording facility that can go right up to 240fps, and of course in the end the ability to fit in auxiliary lenses. There is also a very exciting and rare feature beep in Olympus TG-2 which is the tele-macro mode, this when combined alongside a subject which is at a distance of 1cm, very swiftly and effectively turns this camera right into a full-fledged digital microscope. What can the device not do, it actually also manages to become a FlashAir which is more than compatible to transfer the images which are password protected to selected devices like smartphones and selected sites on the social network. The Olympus Tough TG-2 comes in the color varieties of Red and Black. To review the image quality of Olympus Tough TG-2, it is quite simply not even in the league of top notch or even entry-level DSLRs, even a high end compact, but still it is better than its predecessor and a major credit of this goes to a large lens. Olympus has also publically addressed the problem that has managed to plague the entire tough range for long that is, the slow operational speed of the device alongside its AF speed. Now, you certainly should not compare Olympus Tough TG-2 to a DSLR, for that is not what this camera is meant to be, it is not an elegant machine for photography, it is a withered tough rock which is meant to operate in most adverse of conditions, that is its main selling point, and even in all those types of cameras, Olympus TG-2 is quite certainly one of the faster and most responsive products that anyone has ever seen sprung up in the market. When you talk about the features of Olympus TG-2, it makes up all the boxes with a manometer, GPS system, full HD video recording alongside stereo sound and slo-mo options, FlashAir card support, and the clever microscope mode, and it even brings froth some unpredicted extra features like the skill to take up the conversion lenses, wirelessly make up the control of compatible remote flash guns or actually even store your settings right in the custom memory banks. When reviewed, we were also quite happy that Aperture Priority mode was opted for greater control lasting in manual exposure adjustments, albeit the fact that we still have no direct button access made to compensate settings in sensitivity or exposure.
Design and Build Quality
When it comes to the external build quality, Olympus Tough TG-2 is amazingly very similar to the Original TG 1 model. When you talk of the ergonomics of this device, it measures 111.5mm x 66.5mm x 29.1mm, and while the reviewed device sincerely lacks what appears to be a dedicated hand grip, the front plate of the device has a very adequately sized rubberized area that has a raised ridge to provide for a very surprisingly firm and secure hold, even when you are holding the camera underwater and shooting. As a matter of fact, the entire feel of the camera feels a lot harder in the hand than you will get the feel of when you look at the pictures. The weight of the device is 230grams including a battery and a memory card, that been said, the Olympus Tough TG-2 still manages to handle most of the device together like a traditional digital compact. Rather unusually for a rugged sort of a camera there even is a mode dial on the rear of it that gives very quick access right down to the main shooting modes of the camera. All these modes include the Intelligent Auto mode, the programmed auto mode, the “Super Sport,” scene and magic mode. You actually can even save on the preferred setting just the same way you do with two custom memory banks, exactly like in professional cameras.
Focus and Face Detection
Olympus Tough TG-2 brings out a TTL iESP auto focus with contrast detection system with 4 modes namely iESP, Face Detection AF, Spot AF and AF Tracking. It is the standard mode wherein, the device has a range from 0.6m to infinity in wide and tele although in macro mode the range changes from 0.15m to infinity in wide, and .1 m to infinity in tele.
Lens and Image Stabilization
The lens of Olympus Tough TG-2 is a 25 – 100mm at 35mm equivalent, and is an f/2.0 to f/4.9. There is a maximum aperture size of f/2.0 at the wide end that is rather unusually given for it is just a compact camera, and is like 2x so far for any all-weather type model on a compact. And although the device is like two and a half stops too slow when it reaches the highest 100mm setting at telephoto end, the aperture size of f/4.9 is still sort of workable (many other compact will opt for f/5.6 or f/6.7 at the telephoto end). The lens on Olympus Tough TG-2 fancies some serious capabilities for a close up. There is a regular macro sort of a mode that very easily allows you to focus all the way down to 10cm while you are still able to work the optical zoom with it. It is sort of a super macro mode that has the least distance of focus as 1cm with the lens being fixed at 75mm equivalent zoom setting, and a super macro with LED- “S-Macro LED” mode. This very sharply enables you the use of illuminator of the camera at LED for focusing only for subjects that are made at least 7cm from the front lens element. This new Microscope mode gives you the permission to get up close at just 1cm to your subject and make use of a focal length of 200mm via the optical and the super resolution zoom of the device, which results in a stupendous 14x magnification.
Screen and Menus
The rear screen on Olympus TG-2 is the same screen with the generous Organic LED display and a resolution 610,000 dots, the same one that was earlier found on Olympus TG-1. The monitor on Olympus TG-1 has excellent viewing angles alongside an effortless sharpness to images and text alike, but obviously, these colors never really represent what you will see after downloading the photos to a computer and view that at a big and calibrated screen.
The Olympus Tough TG-2 draws its entire power from a Li-Ion battery that is rechargeable which means, it has to be charged in camera, unless you make use of a separately sold UC-90 charger. The battery life is quite respectable measuring 350 shots or 120minutes of continuous video recording. The photos and movies are recorded in SD, SDHC and, SDXC memory cards.
The movie mode of Olympus Tough TG-2 is one of its star features as the device has the abilities to zoom in a very decent movie mode. There is a widespread availability of range of video resolutions from VGA to 720p to 1080p Full HD, and you can actually make use of the optical zoom while filming the device. You can also record high-speed movies at the rate of 120fps at SD 480p and 240fps at 240p.
The device runs on a 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor with a RGB filter that measures 12megapixel.
iAuto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situations
Dedicated Video capture button is always ready to record
"Tough" features: Waterproof, Dustproof, Shockproof and Freezeproof protect the camera
Other Resolution HD Movie quality, 1080P Recording time: 29min.720P Recording time: 29min.High-Speed Recording, QVGA / 240fps 20sec., VGA / 120fps Recording time: 20sec., Note: maximum file size 4GB, When shooting 1080P/720P movies, use SDHC / SDXC class 6 or higher.
ISO Rating Auto / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400
White Balancing Auto, Fluorescent-1, Overcast, Sunlight, Tungsten, Underwater
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Face Detection Yes
Macro Mode Yes
Display Type OLED LCD
Screen Size 3 Inches
Image Display Resolution 610000 dots
Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD) @ 30 fps