Marelux Olympus TG-6 Underwater Housing
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The Marelux Olympus TG-6 underwater housing is built from high grade aluminum alloy which provides durabily and can withstand even the toughest beating. Ergonomics is also top-notch, all camera controls are readily availabel at your fingertips and maintain a small footprint which makes it great to travel with. Buttons are clearly labeled. It is very easy as well to assemble and installing the camera to the housing is a breeze with its quick release plate. It also has a depth rating of 100m. Find out what we think of Marelux Underwater Housings.
TG-5 and TG-6 Review
Read our full Olympus TG-5 review and Olympus TG-6 review to learn more about its features and why we love it for underwater photography.
- Bluewater +7 macro lens gives very good results, we recommended stacking 2 of these lenses for supermacro
- AOI +12 Close Up Wet Lens
- AOI UWL-09 Wide Angle Lens gives excellent wide-angle results
- Inon UWL-H100
- Ikelite DC-1 dome for TG housings
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- Ikelite Housings, Strobes and Ports
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- Underwater Photo Gear
- Underwater Camera Rental
Sample Olympus TG-6 Underwater Photos:
Jellyfish photographed with the Olympus TG-6. 1/100, f/14, ISO 100
Curious wolf eel photographed with the Olympus TG-6, f/6.3, 1/130, ISO 400 wet wide angle lens.
Periwinkles on eel grass. Olympus TG-6.
Wolf eel photographed with the Olympus TG-6
Sea star skin photographed with the TG-6 in microscope mode
Wolf Eel photographed with the TG-6
Sea urchin photographed by Allie Northey on her first ever dive with a camera!
Buffalo sculpin photographed with the Olympus TG-6. f/13, 1/50, ISO 400
The eye of a buffalo sculpin photographed with the Olympus TG-6. f/18, 1/100. ISO 400
Sea pen photographed with the Olympus TG-6. f/16, 1/80, ISO 400
Sea star photographed with the TG-6 in microscope mode
Lions mane jellyfish photographed with the Olympus TG-6, wet wide angle lens. f/6.3, 1/160, ISO 400
Flatfish photographed in microscope mode with the TG-6