Olympus Stylus Tough 6020 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Zoom and 2.7 inch LCD (Black)
|Lens||Wide Angle, Zoom|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||5|
|Item Weight||0.27 Pounds|
About this item
- 12.0 megapixel CCD
- 3.6x wide optical zoom
- Waterproof up to 10 ft
- Shockproof up to 5 ft
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Product detailsColor Name:Black
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9.5 x 2.21 x 6.2 cm; 122.47 Grams
- Date First Available : March 26 2010
- Manufacturer : Olympus Canada
- ASIN : B0031RGETU
- Item model number : STYLUS TOUGH-6020 Black
- Department : Cameras and Camcorders
Best Sellers Rank:
#141,193 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
- #681 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
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Amazon.ca Product Description
If you like to get out there and have fun, this is the camera for you. It's rugged enough to handle whatever you can dish out, and smart enough to take incredible pictures while you're doing it. Not only is it waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof, it's packed with amazing technology like one-touch HD movie recording. Olympus Creative Art Filters, 3.6x Wide Optical Zoom, Waterproof 10ft, Shockproof 5 ft, Freezeproof (-10C), HD movie 720P, 1GB Internal memory, SD Compatible, AF Tracking, Creative Art Filters, Photo Surfing. LI-42B battery - Part of Bundle .
From the Manufacturer
If you like to get out there and have fun, this is the camera for you. It’s rugged enough to handle whatever you can dish out, and smart enough to take incredible pictures while you’re doing it. Not only is it waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof, it’s packed with amazing technology like one-touch HD movie recording.
Waterproof (16FT.) A revolutionary system of waterproof seals and gaskets keeps water out so you can take pictures as deep as 16 feet underwater.
Shockproof (5FT.) Life can be tough, this camera is tougher. Rugged metal body and innovative shock-absorbing construction are designed to withstand a 5-foot drop, bump, or other mishap.
Freezeproof (14°F/-10°C) Boldly enter that winter wonderland without worrying about your camera. The Stylus Tough-3000 is winterized to perform at below-freezing temperatures.
Dual Image Stabilization Forget about blurry shots with this 2-in-1 anti-blur solution. Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization compensates for camera shake to keep your shots steady while Digital Image Stabilization captures crisp, clear images in any situation.
HD Video 720p A simple, one-touch button allows you to record movies with amazing clarity in high-definition, right from your camera.
Olympus Stylus Tough-6020 Features
An amazing 14 million pixels in the high-resolution CCD create superior image quality. Create poster-sized prints without losing a single detail.
5x Optical Zoom
You’ll never leave anyone out. With its 5x optical zoom you can get dramatically close to the action, and capture everyone and anyone in sight.
This large 2.7-inch LCD features an extra-wide viewing angle and anti-glare technology for easier composing and shooting even in direct, bright sunlight.
One-Touch HD Movie
With One-Touch HD Movie you can record widescreen, crystal clear HD movies (720p) right from your camera.
1 GB Internal Memory
Store more photos and videos than ever before, right in your camera with 1GB of internal memory.
A revolutionary system of waterproof seals and gaskets keeps water out so you can take pictures as deep as 16 feet underwater.
Durable metal body with an innovative shock-absorbing technology protects it from drops of up to 5 feet.
It's Freezeproof down to 14°F/-10°C. Perfect for skiing, snowboarding, sledding and other winter fun, this camera is winterized to perform at below-freezing temperatures!
Dual Image Stabilization
Dual Image Stabilization combines Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization with high ISO sensitivity and fast shutter speeds so you can capture crisp, clear images even if the subject is moving.
Operate picture playback, shadow adjustment, flash mode and more just by tapping the top, back and sides of the camera. Tap Control is ideal for underwater use or when wearing gloves.
AF Tracking automatically tracks unpredictable, fast-moving subjects such as kids and pets, and continuously adjusts the focus and brightness so you can capture these photogenic whirlwinds with ease.
Creative Art Filters
Create Art Filters gives your photos a distinct look by applying special artistic effects including Pop Art, Fisheye, Drawing and Pinhole.
The Intelligent Auto setting identifies the scene you’re shooting -- portrait, landscape, night portrait, macro, or sport -- and adjusts the settings to optimize results.
Advanced Face Detection
Advanced Face Detection tracks up to 12 faces and automatically focuses and optimizes exposures for sharp, brilliant portrait pictures.
In-Camera Panorama captures three images and stitches them together to create one amazing panoramic picture by simply pressing the shutter button and slowly panning across a scene.
Shadow Adjustment Technology brings out more details in shadows. It helps capture scenes exactly as you see them, even in difficult lighting situations, such as backlit shots.
Beauty Mode takes beautiful portraits by softening shadows and smoothing wrinkles and blemishes on your subject's face. Edits can also be made inside the camera after taking the picture.
Using a live, multi-frame window on the LCD, you can preview the effects of various settings, select and capture the perfect shot.
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The fact that you can take it any place without worrying about losing it to water (specially that I was dramatized by this before and belive me it hurts).
1- Nice underwater quality (who needs more than 16ft).
2- Good picture quality in general.
1- Mediocre In-room quality.
2- Human interface really sukcs.
Conclusion, belive me, it is still a must for anybody who likes taking picture in outdoor rough conditions.
The autofocus is also terrible. The camera chooses what it thinks is important, and the system is very faulty. You can't have depress the shutter button and get it to lock on what you want, for example something in the middle of the screen. It will chose some random object in a corner and refuse to focus on anything else. Cameras worked better a decade ago.
Battery capacity is very poor. It needs constant charging and I've already had to replace it once despite its limited use.
My previous 2 Olympus tough cameras died due to flooding. Perhaps some of the changes, like taking away the mode selection dial, have improved this weakness, we will see. This camera is so frustrating I keep it only for shooting on the deck on my boat and bought another camera for actually taking photos. Its slowness, bad autofocus, terrible mode selection, bad battery, need to constantly drive through menus for a straightforward autofocus autoexposure shot make this little better than a paperweight for most of the time. This is the last of these cameras I will buy, I'll try water resistant cameras by others if I need another. Resolution is very good but not enough to make this camera worth the effort of using it.
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7-24-14. I was thinking it was probably time to find a new battery for my camera, the original is still working fine, I was just trying to be proactive. Anyway, after checking Amazon for batteries I realized that I have owned this camera for 4 years. It has been a rough 4 years for the little camera. I don't abuse it too much, but it is not pampered either. I would buy one again.
8-22-14. Here is a link to the owners manual: http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/oima_cckb/STYLUS_TOUGH-8010_6020_3000_mju_TOUGH-8010_6020_3000_Instruction_Manual_EN.pdf
Icons and settings? OMG. More than you can shake a tripod at. There are three options for the push to shoot button. There is one photo per click. And more than one photo per click. And third, "Faster" than more than one per click. The third setting is hold the button down and it will continous shoot photos. Yea, right. I have a 14GB-Class-10 memory card installed. Class-10 is the fastest card there is. You can't tell the difference in speed of the photos being taken. Slow, very slow.
What is the real difference between; "Automatically optimizes the camera's settings based on the shooting situation" and "The camera is set automatically based on the scene." There are 11 scene modes and 21 sub-scene modes. There are three underwater settings. Close up, landscape, and action. Does this camera do anything automatically?
BOTTOM LINE: Good for the money, it shoots underwater and is small and shock-proof. Operation is aggravating.
After much frustration getting the camera initialized, without which you cannot download pictures to your computer, my husband went to Olympus's web site and downloaded both the manual and software. Now the camera is functioning well.
Maybe vendors other than Beach Camera are including the manual/software, or maybe we just got one boxed by someone having a bad day at the factory and it was accidentally omitted. Not sure, thought I'd warn others.
Hard to rate because we haven't been through all the paces with it yet. However, pictures are clear and my 10 year old son, who it is for, seems to be picking up on the different features quickly on his own. Gave it 4 stars because of omitted support materials.
I do have a couple of complain about this camera thus far. One, I took it to the pool and the beach already, I notice that each time, there is a little bit of water after I get home and try to load the pictures. This tells me that the camera will most likely fail within a couple of years due to water leaking into the seals already. Another point I do not like about this camera is that... every time I turn it on, it asks me to connect it to a pc before I start doing anything. I DON'T want to connect it to a PC so leave me alone. Just take the pictures like you are suppose to. There goes a few seconds wasted trying to get the camera to start taking pictures.
Over all its a good camera and for the price, you can't beat it.