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Olympus Tough Tg-3

The ultimate adventure camera has been updated, the new Olympus TG-3 is, like its predecessor, pretty-much lifeproof. Altough there are some strong family resemblances, the TG-3 has some significant changes including one feature which the company says is a first for a digital camera - a unique focus stacking function. The camera´s body is extremely rugged, it is waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, crushproof and dustproof. The TG-3 comes equipped with next-generation GPS, with WiFi and a free app turning your smartphone into a remote extension of your camera. It also boasts a super-bright f2.0 4x zoom lens, 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, interval Shooting and time-lapse movie options, four variable macro shooting modes, and a wide range of accessories (sold separately). watch the video

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