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by Brad Soo on March 7 2011

Olympus TG-810

The Olympus TG-810 is a new rugged camera announced today by Olympus. It looks to be their ‘flagship’ rugged camera for 2011 with the most rugged construction of them all (the TG310 and TG610 announced earlier this year are tough, but not as super-duper tough as this camera). It even has built-in GPS, compass and a manometer, so you get to know exactly where you took your photos, wherever you bring the camera.

  • Waterproof (33 feet), shockproof (6.6 feet), freezeproof (14 F), crushproof (220 lbs), dustproof
  • 14 effective megapixels
  • 28 – 140 mm (f3.9 – f5.9) 5X optical zoom lens
  • Sensor-shift image stabilization
  • 3 inch LCD (920,000 pixels)
  • No manual controls
  • Built-in GPS, compass and manometer; camera can geotag information from all 3 into your photos
  • Built-in LED lamp to illuminate photos and videos
  • 3D Picture mode can create a 3D photo out of two pictures
    Panorama mode can automatically record and connect photos into a panorama as you pan the camera
  • Magic Filters and Intelligent Auto
  • 720p HD (1280 x 720) 30 FPS movie mode with sound
  • Takes SD/SDHC/SDXC cards
  • Uses a lithium-ion battery
  • Available in April for $400
  • Comes in your choice of silver or black

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