November 24, 2019 by Juanita
Nice little camera
I just got this camera and I have not had much of an opportunity to use it yet, but I love the size and the features that are on this little camera. It will be great for our trip to the Canadian Rockies next summer. So excited to make good use of it.
November 9, 2019 by Naked Bird Art
A great point and shoot inexpensice camera
I had the TG-5 previously and it lasted almost 2 years! This is good for me because I am really hard on cameras. This inexpensive point and shoot camera takes great images and video. I am very happy with the quality. As mentioned, its a great inexpensive point and shoot camera. The one problem I have always had is when the camera in in my pocket. When I pull it out, I seem to get my fingerprint on the lens because there I no lens protector! You dont notice your finger print on the lens until you are viewing the images. I have also noticed water drops stick to the lens when shooting in wet environments. a type of waterproof coating would be welcomed. I must mention that's I am a Sony user and they no longer make a waterproof camera, which is why I use the TG-6. On the TG-5, I always had issues with transferring the camera images to my phone, but on the TG-6, it appears to be corrected now. I have only shot a few images so far, but overall it seems as nice as the TG-5 was for quality. Its small and very easy to carry in your pocket. I try to have this with me most of the time because a phone image is simply not worth taking.
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September 12, 2019 by Kendy
A good travel camera
The TG-6 is a tough camera as I accidentally dropped it twice from around 3 feet height. It survives. Also, I like its macro functionality and the pictures turn out very good. In addition, the camera is good for travelers to capture landscape pictures in wet weather.
August 26, 2019 by Sandy
Great camera for what it's designed to do!
Normally I shoot with a DSLR or advanced point and shoot "bridge cameras". I purchased this camera to take on a cruise, because I'll be travelling with grandchildren ages 1, 2, 4 and 12. I know my hands will be full carrying babies or shuffling luggage, and I needed something that can be used with one hand, and survive the fall if I fail at one-handed shooting. I knew ahead of time that I can't expect DSLR quality images from a small sensor point and shoot. For normal, everyday photos, I would say the image quality of the TG6 compares to the images from my iPhone X. The TG6, however, can do a lot of things my iphone couldn't even think of doing! I love the macro images I am getting of insects and spiders. They're amazing, and hard to believe they didn't come from a DSLR with a macro lens. I haven't yet submersed the camera in water, but that may come on the cruise!
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August 23, 2019 by Cheryl
For what it is, good enough
Just a couple of minor quibbles--the menus could indeed be more intuitive--something along the lines of my trusty old Stylus 740 would've been nice--and honestly, would it have broken the bank to have the memory card included? It's not as if the camera would be of much use without one, after all!
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