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The TG-810 is equipped with a 5x wide optical zoom lens (28-140mm) and a large three-inch 920,000 dot high-definition glare-resistant HyperCrystal III LCD In the water, the TG-810 really comes into its own; the i-Underwater Snapshot, one of four underwater settings, detects when the camera is submerged and adjusts white balance automatically – even in optional 3D

There’s a built-in manometer to make sure you don’t dive too deep

TG-810 offers most high-end features that make editing and sharing a breeze, including EyeFi card compatibility

The camera is capable of capturing HD video using the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 movie compression format at a resolution of 1,280x720 pixels

Tech Specs

Olympus TG-810

Effective Pixels

14MP

Optical Zoom

5x (wide)

Monitor

Three-inch HyperCrystal III LCD, 920,000 dots

Toughness

2m Shockproof, 10m Waterproof, -10°C Freezeproof, 100kg Crushproof, Dustproof, Scratchproof

Dimensions

100.2x64.5x26.0mm

Weight

221g

Memory

SD / SDHC / SDXC Compatible, Eye-Fi Card compatible, Internal 19.5MB

The TG-810 is equipped with an improved TAP Control Mode for controlling the camera by tapping or tilting the body which is ideal when wearing gloves

3D photo shooting In case you were wondering how a camera that is natively 2D can shoot 3D images, here’s how – the camera captures two shots of a scene from two different angles to create still photos that can be viewed in 3D on a compatible display. In the TG-810 there are two 3D settings: Manual and Automatic. In both settings, the camera indicates when it is time to pan. In Automatic, when the camera is panned horizontally after the first shot, it automatically takes the second shot at the ideal moment. Manual is primarily for 3D experts because the user decides when to take the second shot. April 2011 / 19

TECH Issue 12  

Immersive Gaming, April 2011

TECH Issue 12  

Immersive Gaming, April 2011

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