Olympus TG-320 Digital Compact Camera – Blue (14MP, 3.6x Wide Optical Zoom) 2.7 inch LCD

October 13, 2013 - Comment

Olympus 14 Megapixels 36 x Optical zoom Waterproof Shockproof Freezeproof 3D Shooting Mode 27 LCD Screen 2 Years Warranty V104080UE000 Cameras Digital Cameras Product Features Including Charger, Lithium battery 1 year warranty

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Olympus 14 Megapixels 36 x Optical zoom Waterproof Shockproof Freezeproof 3D Shooting Mode 27 LCD Screen 2 Years Warranty V104080UE000 Cameras Digital Cameras

Product Features

  • Including Charger, Lithium battery
  • 1 year warranty

Comments

No1 Ellen Fan "Gopher" says:

well worth the money I thought about buying some disposable underwater cameras before jetting off to Italy this summer when I got side tracked and found myself looking at this camera. I figured that 2 disposables and developing would cost half of the price of this camera with 54 shots and no certainty of getting any decent shots. Whereas we took a 16GB memory card and managed to take over 1500 underwater shots between the 4 of us! It took some practice to see the screen under water when wearing goggles or a mask and once we had all got the ‘feel’ for the camera and it’s scope we found that we had taken some fantastic shots :-)The additional features such as the punk setting, or sparkle setting added some great effects and the panoramic function was great – although the camera is slow to blend 3 images and you have to w a i t !! (please note however that taking panoramic photos underwater in the sea or a pool is very difficult for the camera to track unless there are static objects to link…

Surginor says:

Olympus tg320 Having bought this camera some months back I can’t say it’s easy to master,I required a camera I could use in all conditions,something that could take the odd wee drop bash or bang & the tg-320 does that alright.There are a few criticisms though,firstly taking movie footage with your camera will only allow about 10 minutes before completely draining your battery,also the shutter speed is very slow,some two to three seconds between shot,now at this point you most likly saying what’s the point in buying it! with a bit of forward planning & reading online reviews I reckon I’ve found a few good tips for using this camera.Firstly buy two lithium batteries & a charger,these batteries hold lots more power that the standard battery that comes with the camera,also they’re very small & easily carried in a bag,secondly taking photo at the highest setting ie 14 mega pixel takes the camera longer to process it,by changing this to 8 mega pixel it reduces the shutter speed to half the…

Kim says:

Tough I was looking for a new camera to take on holiday with me, and, being so clumsy, thought I’d better get this one.Well, I tell you, if you’re wondering, “is it really tough,” don’t worry because it is. The first time I dropped it was immediately – it actually fell out the box onto the floor. I thought, “that’s paid for itself!” The second time was that evening when I went out in the car and took it with me, forgot it was on my lap, and as I got out it fell onto the kerb.To test the waterproof thing, I put it in my water feature. Got a nice picture of a bubble and a stone. Make sure though that when you use it underwater, you slide that thing across on the side where the cover for the charger port is. It will click when you close it but there’s also a little area to the side you have to slide it into. It says in the instructions but I’m sure not everyone reads them.So after dropping it and getting it wet, the colour still seems to be good – there are no…

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