January 4th 2013 2:57 pm

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The rugged TG-830 iHS is good for a mountain adventure where a waterproof (down to 33 feet), shockproof (from 6.6-foot drops), crushproof (up to 220 pounds), freezeproof (down to 14°F) and dustproof body can withstand the elements. As intelligent as it is durable, it captures worry-free images in the challenging environments with a 16-megapixel Back-Side Illuminated CMOS sensor and TruPic VI image processor.

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PC Mag May 7, 2013

Compared with the competition, the Olympus TG-830 iHS is a good camera, but it's not a great one. It's extremely responsive and the burst shooting mode allows the TG-830 to capture a series of photos at 10 frames per second. Its lens is sharp, it can take a beating, go underwater, and has a GPS so...

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SlashGear Jan 8, 2013

The TG-830 is waterproof like the TG-2, but only to 33 feet. It also happens to be shockproof up to 6.6 feet, crushproof up to 220 pounds, dustproof, and freezeproof, so you’re getting an extra rugged camera with this bad boy.

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