OM SYSTEM Tough TG-7: Unleash Adventure with Rugged Precision

Rugged, Waterproof, High-Resolution, Versatile, Adventure-Ready

Embarking on an adventure is about more than just stepping off the beaten path—it's about capturing the essence of freedom that comes from exploring the uncharted. That surge of adrenaline as you push further into the unknown is exactly where the OM SYSTEM TG-7 thrives. This is a camera for those who don't just seek adventure but chase it down with a relentless spirit.

Imagine a camera that's as ready to dive into the deep blue as you are, capturing the vibrant hues of underwater life in stunning clarity. The TG-7 doesn't just take a plunge; it delves up to 50 feet deep, securing every detail with its waterproof capabilities. And when the terrain gets tough, it stands as a testament to resilience, shrugging off drops, dust, and pressure that would send lesser cameras to their demise.

For those who wander into the cold, the TG-7 remains unfazed by the chill, its freeze-proof design ensuring that the only thing frozen are the moments it captures in exquisite detail. Every snowflake, every breath of frosty air is rendered in crystal clarity, thanks to a lens that gathers light and laughs in the face of low-light challenges.

This camera isn't just about surviving the elements; it's about reveling in them. With features like Focus Bracketing and Microscope Control, it brings the macro world to life, revealing the drama in the details that are often overlooked. The Live Composite feature paints the night sky in star trails, and 4K video captures the grandeur of the world in motion.

What's truly remarkable is how this camera remembers every step of your journey, not just through images but through data, mapping out your travels with a built-in GPS. And for those moments that are over in a blink, ProCapture is the ally that anticipates the shot, capturing what the eye might miss.

The TG-7 is more than a camera; it's a companion for those who build their lives around experiences. It's for the divers, the mountaineers, the explorers who dare to venture further, for whom every bruise is a badge of honor. In a world that's constantly under construction, this camera is a tool designed to endure, to capture, and to celebrate the freedom of adventure.


  1. Durability: The TG-7 is exceptionally rugged, being waterproof to 50 feet, shockproof from 7 feet, crushproof up to 220 pounds, and freezeproof down to 14°F.
  2. Image Quality: Offers mind-blowing image quality with a high-resolution F2.0 lens, back illuminated CMOS sensor, and TruePic VIII image processor.
  3. Macro Capabilities: Industry-leading macro capabilities allow for magnified shots up to 1 centimeter from the lens, opening a world of macro photography.
  4. Versatility: Features a wide range of shooting modes, including underwater and microscope modes, providing versatility for different photography needs.
  5. Advanced Video Features: Capable of 4K and high-speed 120 fps movie recording, including vertical video mode.
  6. Wireless Connectivity: Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth enable easy sharing and remote control through the OI.Share app.
  7. Sensor Suite: Equipped with field sensors that add data to photos, enhancing the storytelling aspect of your images.
  8. Low Light Performance: The bright F2.0 lens allows for better low light performance, enabling faster shutter speeds and reducing noise.
  9. Sequential Shooting: Fast sequential shooting modes, including ProCapture, to anticipate and capture fleeting moments.


  1. Battery Life: The battery life may be limited, especially when using high-performance features extensively, which could be a concern for long outings.
  2. Sensor Size: The 1/2.33” sensor size is relatively small compared to DSLR or larger mirrorless cameras, which may affect image quality, especially in low light.
  3. Cost: At $499.99, it is relatively expensive for a compact camera, which might be a significant investment for some.
  4. Complexity: With its various modes and features, there may be a learning curve for users who are new to advanced cameras.
  5. Underwater Limitations: While it’s waterproof, serious divers may need to invest in additional housing to go beyond 50 feet, adding to the cost and complexity.


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