Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Camera

It goes without saying, when you’re the sort of fellow that enjoys the more action packed pursuits like climbing, white water rafting and what have you, you’re going to want a camera that can keep up with your active lifestyle and doesn’t shirk the responsibility of capturing great picture and video during adrenaline soaked pursuits. If this sounds like you then you’ll want to get your hands on one of these rather excellent looking Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Cameras that won’t let you down regardless of your chosen activity.

The Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Camera is a pocket sized action cam that will really maximise the potential for capturing great action because it has been purpose built to withstand the sort of rough and tumble you’d expect during adrenaline pursuits. The Tough TG-Tracker Camera records Ultra HD 4K video using advanced Olympus optics and is just as suited for the top of a mountain as the bottom of a canyon.

This cracking bit of kit is waterproof to 30m, has built in Wi-Fi, shock proof to 2m, freeze proof to -10C, has an enhanced GPS and e-compass and is crush proof to 220lbf. All-in-all, it is one bad ass bit of equipment and you can check out a few more shots below:

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One of the most impressive looking action cameras we’ve come across here at Coolector HQ, this brilliant looking offering from Olympus doesn’t cost the earth and boasts some truly fantastic features that help to set it apart from the competition. If you’re hunting for a new camera perfectly suited to documenting your summer adventures, this Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Camera will be the ideal candidate for the job.

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