Not what I was expencting froma a waterproof dust proof shockproof camera....
12 February 2014
Summary: Bought this camera to have it on the pocket while traveling, the idea was to have decent quality pictures with a lot of reliability (Not having to worrie about water/dust or drops) The reality is, although shockproof/waterproof this camera has: Not good quality pictures (I almost could say bad quality) and needs a Special cable for charging it. The worse of all was that it stopped working just a couple of days after warranty expired...
Summary: FIRST TIME USING THIS CAMERA UNDERWATER AND IT LEAKED. I TRIPLE CHECKED TO MAKE SURE IT WAS IN THE 'LOCKED' POSITION AND SAFE TO USE UNDERWATER. I WENT IN NO MORE THAN 3 FEET OF WATER AND IT LEAKED WATER INTO THE BATTERY AND SD CARD COMPARTMENT.
Summary: I bought this item last January, but after few months of using it, now is not working. I just used few times, and before using it on the water I always checked the camera to be sure that was sealed. Now I want to contact the seller (Amazon) and I cannot because there is no any way to do it. So, please be aware of it. I hope to have an answer from the seller, at least to know what to do with this thing.
Summary: This camera took decent pictures in and out of the swimming pool for a few times. Then I took it in the ocean and it leaked. Sent it in to Olympus and was replaced with a new one. First time in the pool this one leaked. I have just sent the second one in. Quite a disappointment.
Summary: I can't even begin to explain how much I dislike this camera. I bought it to take with me hiking. The focus is absolutely the worst I have ever seen on a camera. Most of the pictures are washed out and look like they are out of the 1970's. I've had Olympus Tough camera's in the past and they were great, but not this one.
Excerpt: I was very impressed with this camera when I bought it 5 months ago, and I took 1500 pictures with it before I took it snorkeling. On the first day I took it no more than 3 feet under water and only pressed the ON/Off button and the shutter button and all was OK. On the second day I tried to change the camera setting about three feet under water to enable the underwater mode and the flask. That is when TG320 froze up and the LCD went dark. Salt water leak!
Summary: Camera worked great until we used it under water. I was snorkeling (2-3 ft under water) when the camera broke. The power button just kept flashing and nothing would happen. I did take about 10 pictures before it broke, which were pretty descent quality, but nonetheless it still broke.
Summary: I've owned two of these cameras and each one has been destroyed by water seeping into the internal compartment. It has been such a disappointment on both occasions as I was on vacation and left without a camera for the remainder of it. The first time I took it snorkeling and water seeped in and destroyed it and the second time it was in the water for about 2 seconds until the water seeped in.
Summary: I bought this "waterproof" camera from my Hawaii vacation. I used it for snorkeling for two days. On the first day, the fully charged battery last nearly 30 minutes. The next time around, the camera took a few pictures and stopped working after a few minutes. I initially thought that maybe the battery was not fully charged. I later discovered that water had entered the battery/SD card section and ruined the battery.