Olympus has announced the Stylus TG-Tracker data-logging 4K action camera, which features a 204-degree extreme-angle lens and an advanced data-logging system.


The new camera’s Field Sensor System captures data from five sensors which connect video recordings with maps or altitude/depth position graphs during playback.

The TG-Tracker’s extreme wide-angle lens offers a 204-degree view and a ninety minute battery life when recording 4K video. TG-Tracker is also “water-proof, crush-proof, freeze-proof and shock-proof”.

Feature include:
– Field Sensor System data-logging: GPS, Compass, Barometer (Altimeter), Accelerometer & Thermometer;
– 4K/30P & 1080/60P recording modes (H.264/MOV), 8MP stills;
– Extreme Angle lens (13.9mm f/2 equivalent in the full frame format);
– ISO 100-1600 (auto), 1-1/24000th sec shutter;
– 5-axis Image Stabilisation (digital);
– Housing-free toughness: Waterproof 30m; Crushproof 100kgf; Freezeproof -10C; Shockproof 2.1m;
– Built-in LED illuminator: 60-Lumen maximum brightness;
– Up to 95 minute battery life (1080P; 90 mins at 4K);
– OI.Track 2.0 app for data-augmented video playback with Map or Elevation/Depth information (iOS & Android);
– Dimensions: 35 x 56.5 x 93.2mm & weight: 180g;
– Micro SDHC/SDXC UHS-1;
– Third party accessory compatibility via included mount converter.

The Olympus TG-Tracker is offered in green or black and will be available locally in June 2016 at an RRP of AU$499.

Find out more on the Olympus website.