September 24, 2019 by Joe
Great Camera!
Offers many options and fairly easy to use.
September 3, 2019 by Ruth
love it
love this little camera --take it on my hikes and it also takes great macros
October 16, 2020 by PAUL
Great little camera
I was hesitant to purchase at first given the price compared to other cameras in this category and my previous sport cameras. I have had it for two months now and I am very happy with my TG6. I find the controls and ability to manually set shooting parameters great. I haven't had a chance to use underwater as yet but expect similar performance.
June 4, 2020 by Brian
good little camera for average shooting needs
very nice little camera a far improvement over my Stylus tough 8000 however I do have some criticisms. 1.The accessory lens barrier should be included or at least be reasonable to purchase $49?? and it doesn't work with the silicone jacket really!! you should just provide a basic lens cap for the basic camera as sold. 2. exposure knob at top right is easy to accidentally change while handling camera during shooting. constantly have to check it. should have some kind of lock down for it. 3. matrix metering is OK but should also have center weighted option too. My Nikon coolpix has a much better metering system. 4. flash is weak doesn't seem to have good coverage overall. I shoot small rooms and the Nikon coolpix does a much better job covering areas and a cheaper camera too. tg-6 has hot spots and fall off. The Nikon auto focus in low light is better as well. But all in all it's a nice camera. I considered the w300 Nikon but decided this was a much better camera despite it's shortcomings. taking the strong points of both cameras and putting them together would be a real winner maybe the w400 Nikon would do just that. If there is going to be a new updated version. Thank you
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May 31, 2020 by Micheal
Well built, but.....
Well built, as is typical with Olympus products. I do have a couple of "howevers". The first one is that I found the picture quality to be seriously less than either my E-M5 or E-M5 Mk II. The second is if you have hands that no longer work as they used to, the small size of the dials present a problem. I shot several rounds to test the camera but in the end wound up returning it. Still in all, if you want a sophisticated point and shoot get the TG-6.
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