Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 Digital Camera

Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 Digital Camera

We do our best to protect our cameras, cell phones, MP3 players, and other electronics from extreme weather conditions, drops, force, and water. It makes sense to do so, given that most of these gadgets don’t stand a chance against a bucket of water, accidental drop, or extreme temperatures. Realizing that life brings its fair share of bumps, spills, and accidents, Olympus has launched an entire line of digital cameras that are designed to take a licking and keep on ticking.

The Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 is the top model in Olympus' newly renamed "Tough" series of digital cameras that are made to survive the battles of everyday life. This camera is able to survive a drop from 6.6 feet, capture photos at up to 33 feet underwater, withstand 220 pounds of crushing force, and it can be used in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 degrees Celsius). With these capabilities, it’s likely the photographer will surrender before this camera does...

Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 Digital Camera

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We have tested the <a href="http://brt-insights.blogspot.com/2009/10/olympus-stylus-tough-8000-waterproof.html" title="digital camera review">Stylus Tough 8000 waterproof camera</a> for whitewater river kayaking. I'm very happy with the quality of the <a href="http://brt-insights.blogspot.com/2009/09/c-to-g-run-sf-american-river-california.html" title="photo video gallery">pictures & videos the camera has produced</a> on our river kayaking trips.

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brthomas:

We have tested the <a href="http://brt-insights.blogspot.com/2009/10/olympus-stylus-tough-8000-waterproof.html" title="digital camera review">Stylus Tough 8000 waterproof camera</a> for whitewater river kayaking. I'm very happy with the quality of the <a href="http://brt-insights.blogspot.com/2009/09/c-to-g-run-sf-american-river-california.html" title="photo video gallery">pictures & videos the camera has produced</a> on our river kayaking trips.

River Kayaking is tough. I'm usually holding on for dear life rather than trying to snap pictures, but the information is helpful, thanks!

 

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