My Olympus Stylus Tough has performed well – great walking around camera, even if it gets really wet.
These cameras have a small silicone membrane that prevents water from getting into the body of the camera. Any debris between the seal and case will allow water to get in, and that ruins your camera!
A panorama built inside the camera! Out of the 10 times I tried I got three photos that did what they were supposed to – take a shot, move to the next point – the camera takes another shot, and finally move to the last position and the camera takes the final shot and finalizes the process. The others broke down after the first shot, and wouldn’t track for the next photo.
I really like this camera so far – it’s compact, offers Olympus RAW Format (ORF), waterproof and convenient! It’s also about $5K cheaper than getting a waterproof enclosure for my DSLR!
All photos were captured with a Canon 6D and an Olympus TG-4. There was no real processing – the paint on the walls at the yoga studio caused some hue variations and I was messing around with the cameras as well. The TG-4 was dunked into a water bucket before I started the class – It’s going to be used snorkeling, and they made it for depths to 50 feet. Passed that test!
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