Olympus TOUGH TG-2 Ken McMahon, April 2014
 
 

Olympus TOUGH TG2 sample images


The following images were taken with an Olympus TOUGH TG2. All shots were taken in Program auto mode, except where stated otherwise. The shots that are reported as 'Creative (slow speed)' were mostly taken in underwater mode. the Pink anemone was shot in underwater macro mode. The TG2 was set to its best quality 12 Megapixel resolution with Auto White Balance and stabilisation was enabled for hand-held shots.

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Program AE, 1/80, f/2.8, 1600 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/500, f/2.8, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/200, f/8.0, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/125, f/4.4, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 14.4 mm (80mm equivalent)

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Creative (Slow speed), 1/400, f/2.8, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/250, f/4.5, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 9.6 mm (53mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/200, f/6.3, 200 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 18 mm (100mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/400, f/2.8, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/125, f/8.0, 200 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Creative (Slow speed), 1/30, f/6.3, 200 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 5.5 mm (30mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/160, f/8.0, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/1000, f/4.5, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 8.4 mm (46mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/160, f/4.9, 400 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 18 mm (100mm equivalent)

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Creative (Slow speed), 1/125, f/2.3, 320 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 5.5 mm (30mm equivalent)

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Creative (Slow speed), 1/60, f/2.8, 640 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/60, f/2.8, 800 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/125, f/2.8, 100 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Creative (Slow speed), 1/60, f/2.8, 200 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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Program AE, 1/125, f/2.8, 1600 ISO, 4.5-18mm at 4.5 mm (25mm equivalent)

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