By Adam Albright-Hanna
on 5.14.12
Photo by Olympus

For the extreme adventurer, the risk of snapping a few limbs is all part of the fun. Breaking a bone is one thing, but breaking your camera? Now that’s just downright scary. Capturing your stunts in all their insane glory requires a rough-and-ready camera like the Olympus Tough TG-1 iHS ($400), a well-armored, yet sleek shooter equipped to handle whatever hell you drag it through without sacrificing image quality.

With its 12-megapixel sensor, 4x zoom lens, and ultra-bright high-speed ƒ/2.0 lens, the Tough TG packs credible capabilities, all housed in a sturdy hardened shell to operate in miserable conditions: 14 degree temperatures, 7 foot drops, and the ability to shoot at depths of 40 feet. Other features like 30 fps full-res rapid-fire shooting and 1080p/30 video capture ensure you never miss the action, while tools like in-camera GPS help identify over 700,000 landmarks around the world.

Learn More: Here (Available June)

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