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SKU: 6233.09

Underwater Housing and Olympus Tough TG-6 Camera Kit

Sale price$ 850.00

Clear Housing Back

See that your camera is dry inside

Description

The smallest best place to start in underwater photography

The TG-6 has a bright 25-100mm mid-range zoom lens and a high-speed back-lit CMOS image sensor for excellent performance in low-light settings. The microscope mode has been improved since the previous TG-5 model and is capable of macro close-up images that are as good as if not better than expensive full-frame DSLR cameras.

The TG-6 supports ultra HD 4K video and RAW image capture, which is a powerful tool for post-dive color corrections using either Adobe Lightroom or the included software. The TG-6 is waterproofed to 50' (15.2m) even without a housing, which makes set-up a little less stress-inducing.

Controls

Controls for all camera functions except INFO button

Strobe Connector

Fiber Optic Ports

Lens Port

3" Diameter with 67mm Threads

Depth Rating

200 feet (60 meters)

Weight

1.1 lb

Dimensions

6.2 x 5.5 x 3.6" (158 x 141 x 85 mm)

Taken with Ikelite Underwater Housing for Olympus TG-6 copyright Steve Miller

© Steve Miller

Taken with Olympus TG-6 and Olympus TG-5 underwater

Taken with Ikelite Underwater Housing for Olympus TG-6 copyright Steve Miller

© Steve Miller

Taken with Olympus TG-6 and Olympus TG-5 underwater

Taken with Ikelite Underwater Housing for Olympus TG-6 copyright Steve Miller

© Steve Miller

Taken with Olympus TG-6 and Olympus TG-5 underwater

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