Olympus TG-4: What Memory Card Does It Use? | Memory Card Compatibility | FAQ Video

Hello there, Izzy at Digital Goja. Today I’d like to go over a frequently asked question about the Olympus TG-4. If this video helps you remember hit me up with a like underneath and if you have any comments put them in the comments section below. And don’t forget, if you’re ever in Miami come visit Digital Goja showrooms. What kind of memory cards can I use? Well this is again, onto the standard, it’s SDXC, that means that you can work with something as simple as a standard class 10 as the XHC card like this Kingston, 32 gigabytes, or if you want to go into the larger sizes they’re all the way up to 128 gigabytes. So what you need to do is you want to make sure you stick at to the UHS 1 category that’s what this is compliant with. Now to access it, since this is an underwater camera, you have to do two steps. You have to release the lock 1 and then the second one to actually allow you to open it. Course you never want to do this while the camera has been submerged, you want to make sure it’s fully dry and the card only fits in one way. Press down on it to lock in place and we do the reverse to seal it back up and there you have it now your camera’s ready to shoot literaly 9999 images or over five hours worth of video at full 1080 resolution. Well I hope I answered your question about the Olympus TG-4. If I didn’t, please place it below in the comments section and I’ll get to it and answer it for you. And also don’t forget to share this video with fellow videographers and photographers. Happy shooting!


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