Olympus Tough TG-3
Announced Mar 31, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 100 mm (4×)
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Hello, i've upgraded my oly tg-3 to a tg-5 and i have a question On my trips i sometimes used the frame funktion of my tg-3, and with the tg-5 i can see that that function is gone, does anyone know where i can get a similar look of my pictures, especially the fun frames function. hopefully that answer won't be photoshop.
By: Rod Topperwien (7 months ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hi all I have owned 2 Olympus TG-3 cameras (purchased specifically for snorkelling in the South Pacific Islands) and both have ruined our holiday by "leaking" with moisture warning showing on the camera and becoming fogged up after being in the water for anywhere between 5 and 25 minutes. Water was never majorly different to the temp of the air (about 26 degrees C) so cannot believe that the camera fogged up as a result of the temperature difference and there would be droplets of water inside...
I bought an Olympus E-M5 II for a recent trip to Guatemala and vacation in Maine. I have several questions/problems to relate: 1. While in Guatemala I experienced the camera freezing on me several times. An image would stay locked on the preview screen and none of the buttons on the camera would work. I found I could take the battery out and put it back in to overcome this problem. I also tried turning the camera on and off, taking out the memory card, and replacing the memory card. I asked...
I see on my TG-3 and E-PL5, the # is built into the main tag on the bottom. On the E-M1, there's an indentation near the tripod mount — but it's empty. When I do the check for shutter actuations (32K), on page 3, I see "SC: BHP236957" Is this my Serial #? Looks like a typical Olympus pattern: 3 letters, then 6 digits. Anybody else have their SN sticker fall off? Happened on my E-5 as well... --Barry
By: Lloyd Eric Cotsen (Feb 12, 2016)
It's easy enough to select, but every time I turn the camera off it resets to single frame. I don't want to keep it on while I'm paddleboarding due to the battery drain but I miss shots either because I'm fumbling with the multi shot selector or because the one shot I get off misses the moment (like a whale surfacing nearby). Any ideas?
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