Rumored Olympus Stylus TG-Tracker action camera: specs and pictures

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The detailed technical specifications of the rumored Olympus Stylus TG-Tracker action camera leaked online:

- Five sensors recording GPS, pressure, temperature, orientation, acceleration
- 30 meters waterproof, JIS / IEC protection class 8 (IPX8) equivalent
- Dustproof. JIS / IEC protection grade 6 (IP6X) equivalent
- Impact proof from a fall from 2.1m
- Resistance to low temperature up to -10 degrees
- Load-bearing 100kg
- Lens is ultra-wide angle of view 204 degrees. (94 ° in water), F/2 aperture
- Lens configuration: 11 elements in 7 groups (five aspherical lens)
- Shooting range is 0.2m ~ infinity
- Image processing engine: TruePic VII for 4K
- Sensor 1/2.3 inches, 7.2MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor
- Shipped with a steady grip SG-T01
- Shipped with a protector for underwater UP-T01
- Wi-Fi built-in, smartphone connectivity
- Time-lapse movie
- Loop recording function
- Electronic 5-axis camera shake correction
- ISO sensitivity: 100-1600
- Shutter speed: 1/2 - 1/24000
- Monitor 1.5-inch 120,000-dot LCD monitor
- Video is 4K/30p, 1080/60p. Continuous recording time 29 minutes
- Recording format MOV / H.264. Voice is linear PCM
- Built-in light (60 seconds at 60 lumens, 29 minutes at 20 lumens)
- 4K video playback by HDMI connection
- Media microSD / microSDHC / microSDXC (UHS-I compatible)
- Dimensions: 35mm x 56.5mm x 93.2mm
- Weight: 180g (battery, including a memory card)
- MicroUSB terminal, HDMI terminal
- Battery: LI-92B
- Release date: end of June 2016
- Body color: black and green

Via Digicame-info

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  • Fiatlux

    Are 7.2 MP enough for 4K?

    • BP2012

      Ricoh WG-M2 is 8MP (see my previous post) and that is enough.

  • > – Built-in light (60 seconds at 60 lumens, 29 minutes at 20 lumens)

    I assume this is thermal limit at the higher output, rather than battery life limit?

  • BP2012
    • Zos Xavius

      I think these are both made by the same OEM. They also shared parts between the mx-1 and the xz-2. Same lens I think for starters. I think they farm these cameras out to JK Imaging. Kodak action cameras are produced by the same OEM.


    There are a lot of specs, but some key ones are missing. Does it have a zoom lens? What is the equivalent zoom range? Is the f-stop always F/2… or does it change as you zoom? What is the image ratio? Possibly it’s 9:16 to be the same as the 4k video capture?
    Some specs are odd: It says “Lens is ultra-wide angle of view 204 degrees. (94 ° in water)”. So on land the lens sees more than 180 degrees? You are seeing behind you? Could it really be rectilinear with a 204 degree view? So maybe it behaves like an ultra fish-eye? And I realize that the water interface affects lens behaviour. But does it really reduce the angle of view to less than half? Hmmm…
    Seems to me this rumour raises more questions than it answers…

    • Craig Bailey

      I’m guessing as it has a waterproof housing supplied with it that will restrict the view of the camera lens? Who knows

  • Spy Black

    That’s an interesting design and tech package. I have to say tho that for $75, the non-4k SJCAM SJ4000 WIFI I recently picked up is a surprisingly good GoPro knockoff. So good a knockoff, in fact, that there is an SJ4000 knockoff!

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