Released January, 2011
The Pros:Ruggedized - waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, dust proof. Affordable price point. Able to shoot 3D images.
The Cons:Mediocre 3.6x optical zoom. Not as rugged as higher range cameras. Poor 2.7" 230k-dot LCD display.
Olympus' TG-310 is a point-and-shoot digital camera with a mid-range price and some unique features, most of which relate to its durability. These include being waterproof (to 10 meters), shockproof and freezeproof, so Olympus suggests it makes a good companion for trips or vacations.
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It has a 14-megapixel resolution, 2.7-inch LCD display, and a 3.6x wide-angle optical zoom. Considering that it can be used underwater or in subzero temperatures, this model is outfitted with a tap control that changes options or plays back photos by tapping the top or sides of the camera, more convenient while wearing gloves. Other features include HD video, image stabilization, a 3D image mode, and a filter effect applier for images or movies. Worth noting is that this model's lens is capable of a wider aperture than its more expensive TG-610 counterpart, and this model can also shoot faster in continuous-shooting mode.
- 14-megapixel sensor
- Shockproof (against impact damage)
- Waterproof up to 10 meters
- 3.6x optical zoom
- 2.7-inch LCD display
- 720p HD video recording
- Take 3D images (playback on a 3D device)
- Compatible with Wi-Fi card for wireless uploads
- Tap controls
- 1600 max ISO
- Multiple scene modes
User Reviews (3)
ruggedized - waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, dust proof
capable of recording video at 720p high definition
mini-HDMI output for direct playback of images and video onto a compatible HDTV / display
available in a variety of colours - white, silver, red, orange, blue
mediocre 3.6x optical zoom
not as rugged as higher range cameras
poor 2.7" 230k-dot LCD display
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