April 17, 2020 by Ronald
It is a great all around camera that you don't have to worry about getting wet and can stick it in your pocket and use it for a multitude of different types of photography.
I have had several of the TG series cameras over the years, including the previous TG5. I was reluctant to upgrade to the TG6 as I had read there were only minor improvements. After getting the TG6 I discovered there was quite an improvement over the previous model. Camera was more responsive, the LCD screen is a major improvement and image quality seems greatly improved. I normally shoot with the OMD EM 5 Mk2, EM1 Mk2 & the new EM1 Mk3. That said it takes a lot for me to compare this camera with the Olympus Pro level cameras. Will it do what they do? no But, it definitely has a place in my bag. I have used it for street photography, underwater and played with the macro side of it, all with great results. We have a Koi pond the size of a small swimming pool. A couple of years ago I used the TG5 to shoot some underwater footage of the fish. It had a difficult time focusing and image quality was just okay. I recently took the TG6 and shot some video and still shots of the fish. The TG6 stayed right on focus, even when the fish came right up to the camera, then suddenly moved off. If they suddenly swam right in front of the lens, it focused immediately. My TG5 would not do this, plus the video image quality was much better with the TG6, as well as the underwater still shots. I recently did some street scenes at a local town square. I belong to a couple of photography clubs and they thought I was using my OMD EM1 Mk3 when they saw the shots!
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March 15, 2020 by Courteny
It's great
I love that I can take this to the lake or the river, hand it to the kids, or just throw it into my bag and it won't bother it at all. The picture quality is good and I don't have to be nearly as careful about what happens to it as I do with my other cameras. I love it, definitely worth the investment.
February 14, 2020 by Sergei
Loaded with tons of helpful and amazing features. Rock solid built.
I had most of all Tough TG series due to exceptional quality, easy way of using abs features. I had tried Nikon similar series but went back to Olympus mostly due to ergonomic design and camera features.
February 11, 2020 by Michael or Pipefittermike
Awesome Camera, Even with 4k video time limit
I previously owned the TG-4 camera and wanted to upgrade to get the 4k video option and the new focus and underwater features. I think the improvements on the TG-6 are worth the upgrade, however i was disappointed to discover that while recording in 4k 30p you have a time limit that the camera can record before it stops, the bigger the SD card you have, the longer it records....for instance i used a 256gb SD card and when empty the length i could film was for 5:26 secs, and as the card fills up it gets shorter. It wouldn't be bad if the camera would just start recording again, but it doesn't, you have to push the record button again to continue, it should be automatic and continue to record! just like my 4k osmo pocket camera. Hopefully it will be in a camera update! I had to keep turning it on when i was recording Manta Rays in Hawaii, and missed all the in between videos when the camera had gone off and i didn't know it... I did put the camera thru its paces though, spending 30 days is Hawaii and snorkeling with it every other day, it really is a great little camera.
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January 3, 2020 by Brandi
Even better than I had hoped
I have been using strictly DSLR cameras in my last ten years of travel and was wary about switching to a non-DSLR camera as I start exploring underwater photography. The features and accessibility of the TG6 has blown me away, though. I purchased it mostly because I am interested in quality macro and I have not been disappointed!
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