DEMAND MORE THAN DURABILITY The most sophisticated rugged point-and-shoot on the market, the Olympus TG-2 iHS was designed with the serious photographer in mind. In addition to its Shockproof (7ft/2.1m), Crushproof (220lbf/100kgf), Freezeproof (14 degreeF/-10 degreeC), Dustproof design, the TG-2 iHS dives deeper than ever before with an astounding waterproof depth rating of 50 feet (15m) without a housing. But don't be fooled, this camera's not only for the avid scuba diver, it's for active photographers who won't sacrifice image quality and performance. The TG-2 iHS is the only rugged camera on the market equipped with an ultra-bright, high-speed f2.0 lens*, allowing you to capture dramatic low light and high-speed action shots. Paired with a 12 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and TruePicTM VI Image Processor that fuel Olympus' cutting-edge iHS Technology, you'll get amazing pro image quality and 1080p Full HD Videos in places that your DSLR camera just can't risk travelling. And with advanced functions like Aperture Priority mode, you'll have even more control to capture the exact images that you want! Added features like next generation GPS & e.Compass, a 3.0 OLED monitor, Linear PCM Stereo audio recording, High-Speed Sequential Shooting up to 60 frames per second**, four underwater scene modes and two custom modes make this adventure cam stand out in the crowd!++PLUS++ 16GB Accessory Kit: 16 Gigabyte SDHC Secure Digital Memory Card - Universal Memory Card Wallet - Denali Well Padded Digital Camera Carrying Case with Pocket & Strap - Package of LCD Screen Protectors - Flexible Legged Mini Table Tripod - Lens Care & Cleaning Kit - Floating Foam Camera Strap - BONUS Free 25 Quality Prints (Promo code on invoice).
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