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Questions :

Question :
What additional items are packaged with the camera?

Answer:
The following items are packaged with the camera:
  • Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery (LI-92B)
  • USB cable (CB-USB14, USB connector Type A / Type C)
  • Strap
  • Instruction Manual (Basic)
    The instruction manual packaged with the camera is a basic manual. Refer to the following page for a more detailed manual in PDF file:
    Manual download TG-7
  • Warranty card
Note:
  • TG-7 is not equipped with a charger. A separately sold USB-AC adapter F-5AC(*), USB port on computers, or commercially available USB devices are required for charging the battery in the camera. (* F-5AC is packaged with TG-6 and TG-5.)
    Refer to the following question for more information:
    How do I charge the battery and how long does it take?
  • TG-7 is not equipped with internal memory. A separately sold SD card is required for recording images. To see a list of compatible memory cards, click here:
    Compatibility table for Media Card (TG- Series)
Image editing software OM Workspace
The software CD-ROM is not packaged with the TG-7 camera.
The image editing software OM Workspace is available via Internet as a free download. (The serial number of the camera is required.)
How do I download the free OM Workspace software?

Question :
Does the camera have internal memory? Is a memory card (SD card) bundled with the camera?

Answer:
No, the TG-7 does not have internal memory, and the memory card is not bundled with the camera.

A separately sold SD card (SD, SDHC, SDXC card) is required for recording images or logs. Make sure an SD card is inserted into the camera.

To see a list of compatible memory cards, click here:
Compatibility table for Media Card ( TG-Series )
Note:
  • Use a speed class 10 or larger SD card for movie shooting.
  • Use a UHS speed class rating 3 or faster UHS-I card in the following conditions:
    When shooting in movie mode [4K] or [HS]

Question :
How many still images can be taken and how long is the movie recording time?

Answer:
The following tables show the approximate number of storable still pictures and storable movie recording time per card:

Note:

The number of storable still pictures and storable movie recording time are approximate and calculated based on capacity. The actual figures will differ according to the shooting conditions and other values. The figures are not a guarantee of battery life.

Number of storable still pictures
  • The number of storable pictures in the following table are the values when the aspect ratio is set to 4:3.
  • The compression rate for JPEG image quality mode is 1/2.7 in SF, 1/4 in F and 1/8 in N.
  • The default combination of image size and compression mode in JPEG image quality mode is L-SF, L-F and M1-N.
  • RAW images and JPEG images are recorded simultaneously in RAW+L, RAW+M1, RAW+M2 and RAW+S.
  • When Construction Menu is set to On, JPEG image quality mode is changed from M1 to M, M2 to CALS H and S to CALS.
Image Size
(Pixel Size)
JPEG
Compression
Number of Storable Pictures  File Size (Approx.)
16GB 32GB 64GB
RAW
4000×3000
- 1,124 2,262 4,518  15.2MB
L
4000×3000
SF
(Super Fine)
1,749 3,499 6,971  9.4MB
F
(Fine)
2,555 5,111 10,166  6.4MB
N
(Normal)
4,930 9,861 19,520  3.3MB
M1
[M *]
3200×2400
SF 2,696 5,393 10,608  6.4MB
F 3,904 7,810 15,250  4.2MB
N 7,395 14,791 28,706  2.2MB
M2
[CALS H *]
1920×1440
SF 6,972 13,946 27,111  2.4MB
F 9,762 19,525 37,538  1.7MB
N 16,831 33,664 61,000  1.0MB
S
[CALS *]
1280×960
SF 13,558 27,118 54,222  1.2MB
F 18,077 36,157 69,715  0.9MB
N 28,711 57,426 97,601  0.6MB
RAW+L SF 682 1,372 2,749  25.0MB
F 779 1,567 3,139  21.9MB
N 913 1,838 3,685  18.6MB
RAW+M1 SF 790 1,590 3,180  21.9MB
F 872 1,754 3,500  19.5MB
N 974 1,960 3,923  17.5MB
RAW+M2 SF 966 1,944 3,892  17.7MB
F 1,009 2,030 4,054  16.9MB
N 1,055 2,123 4,231  16.1MB
RAW+S SF 1,039 2,091 4,194  16.4MB
F 1,060 2,132 4,268  16.1MB
N 1,081 2,176 4,344  15.8MB
* The image quality mode when Construction Menu is set to On



Storable movie recording time when using a 4GB SD card

Standard (Normal mode)


* Regardless of the card capacity, the maximum recording time per movie is 29 minutes or the maximum file size per movie is 4GB.
Mode Bit Rate
(Compression)
Frame Rate  Storable Recording Time
(4GB SD card)
FHD
(1920×1080)
Super Fine 60p / 50p / 30p / 25p 10 minutes
Fine 17 minutes
Normal 29 minutes
HD
(1280×1080)
Super Fine 30p / 25p 20 minutes
Fine 29 minutes
Normal


4K mode

* Regardless of the card capacity, the maximum file size per movie is 4 GB.
Mode Frame Rate Storable Recording Time
(4GB SD card)
4K (3840×2160) 30p / 25p 5 minutes


HS (High Speed) mode

HS mode is a mode to record fast moving subjects and play them back in slow motion.

* Regardless of the card capacity, the maximum recording time per movie is 20 seconds.
* Sound is not recorded.
Mode Frame Rate
FHD HS 120 fps
(1920×1080)
120fps
HD HS 240 fps
(1280×720)
240fps
SD HS 480 fps
(640×360)
480fps

Note:
  • Use a speed class 10 or larger SD card for movie shooting.
  • Use a UHS speed class rating 3 or faster UHS-I card in the following conditions: When shooting in movie mode 4K or HS (High Speed)


Question :
How many frames of still images can be taken per charge and how long is the continuous movie recording time?

Answer:
The following table shows the approximate number of frames per charge for still images and the movie recording time (battery life):
Number of frames for still images *1 Continuous movie recording time *2 *3
Approximate 330 frames ·Approximate 50 minutes (JEITA standard)
·Approximate 110 minutes (without using other operations such as zooming)

*1 When using a 32GB KIOXIA EXCERIA Type1 card, IS set to On, based on CIPA standard
*2 When using a fully charged battery, repeating the recording time limit (29 minutes)
*3 The maximum recording time per movie is 29 minutes (file size is limited to 4 GB)

Question :
How do I charge the battery and how long does it take?

Answer:
The TG-7 camera is included with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery LI-92B. The following procedure explains how to charge the battery. There are four ways:

1. Charge the battery using the USB-AC adapter F-5AC (sold separately)
2. Charge the battery by connecting the camera to a computer via USB
3. Charge the battery using commercially available USB devices
4. Charge the battery using the separately sold charger UC-92

The battery is not fully charged at shipment. Charge the battery before use until the indicator lamp turns off to show that the battery is fully charged. The operating ambient temperature for charging is 0℃ to 40℃ .

Note:

When inserting the battery into the camera, make sure to insert the battery in the correct direction, with the - (minus) side to the battery lock knob side. The battery will not be charged if it is inserted in the wrong direction.

【 1 】 Charge the battery using the USB-AC adapter F-5AC and USB cable

The following procedure explains how to charge the battery using the USB-AC adapter F-5AC and the bundled USB cable CB-USB14. Charging time is about 3 hours.

1. Insert the LI-92B battery into the camera. Make sure to insert the battery in the correct direction.

2. Connect the USB-AC adapter to the camera using the bundled USB cable.



3. Select Charge on the camera monitor and press the [OK] button.



4. The indicator lamp lights during charging. The lamp goes out when the battery reaches full charge.



Note:
  • Never use any cable other than supplied or OM Digital Solutions-designated USB cables. This may cause smoking or burning.
  • Make sure to unplug the USB-AC adapter from the power outlet when charging is complete.
  • If "No Connection" is displayed on the monitor, disconnect and reconnect the cable.
【 2 】 Charge the battery by connecting the camera to a computer via USB

The battery in the camera can be charged while the camera is connected to a computer with the USB cable. It may take about 10 hours depending on the performance of the computer.

1. Insert the LI-92B battery into the camera. Make sure to insert the battery in the correct direction.

2. Connect the camera to the computer using the bundled USB cable.



3. Select Charge on the camera monitor and press the [OK] button.


4. The indicator lamp lights during charging. The lamp goes out when the battery reaches full charge.




【 3 】 Charge the battery using commercially available USB devices

The battery in the camera can also be charged by connecting the camera to a commercially available USB device. USB devices that support an output of 7.5 W (5 V/1.5 A) are recommended. Charging time differs greatly depending on the performance of the USB device.

Some USB devices may not be used to charge camera batteries via USB. For details, refer to the instruction manual provided with the USB device.

1. Insert the LI-92B battery into the camera. Make sure to insert the battery in the correct direction.

2. Connect the camera to the USB device using the bundled USB cable.


3. Select Charge on the camera monitor and press the [OK] button.


4. The indicator lamp lights during charging. The lamp goes out when the battery reaches full charge.



【 4 】Charge the battery using the separately sold UC-92 charger

The UC-92 battery charger (sold separately) can be used to charge the battery without using the camera. Charging time is about 2.5 hours.

1. Connect the USB connector of the UC-92 battery charger to the USB-AC adapter (F-5AC, sold separately).

2. Insert the USB-AC adapter into the AC outlet.

3. Insert the LI-92B lithium-ion battery into the charger. The battery charge lamp lights and charging starts. When the charge lamp does not light, check whether the battery is placed in the correct direction.

The charge lamp goes out when charging is complete.
Note:
The UC-92 charger is sold separately. It is not included with the camera.

Question :
How do I use the USB-AC adapter F-5AC as a power source for the camera?

Answer:
The following procedure explains how to use the USB-AC adapter F-5AC (sold separately) as a power source for the TG-7 camera for shooting images or playing them back.

Even when using the AC adapter for shooting or playback, keep the battery in the camera for stable operation.

1. Insert the battery into the camera. Connect the USB-AC adapter F-5AC (sold separately) to the camera using the bundled USB cable CB-USB14.


2. Select Charge on the camera monitor and press the [OK] button.


3. Press the power button to shoot images or play them back.
Note:
  • USB-AC adapter F-5AC is the adapter packaged with the TG-6 and TG-5.
  • You can also use the USB-AC adapter F-7AC (sold separately, USB connector Type C) and USB cable CB-USB13 (sold separately, USB connector Type C on both ends).

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