Olympus E-410 Review

July 25, 2007 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 2 Comments |

Olympus E-410The Olympus E-410 is a 10 megapixel DSLR camera based on the Four Thirds standard. Marketed as the ultimate ‘travel’ DSLR, the E-410 weighs just 375 g (body only) and a measures 129.5 x 91 x 53 mm. The Olympus E410 features Live Preview, which allows you to frame the shot through the camera’s 2.5 inch LCD screen, in addition to using the more traditional optical viewfinder. The Olympus E-410 also offers a new image processing engine, 32 shooting modes and Supersonic Wave Filter. Is this the best Olympus DSLR camera yet? Gavin Stoker finds out.

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#1 Mark

Having owned both Nikon and Olympus film SLRs, I was astonished by the quality of the Olympus E410. Compact, tough as old boots and utterly reliable, the build quality of this unit is way beyond what you might expect for the cash. Fantastic lenses (far, far beyond Canon/Nikon offerings). I've heard some complaints about balance/shake, but only from folks who don't know how to hold a camera properly. For my money, it's the best traveller's DSLR by a long chalk. Like the legendary OM, point it, shoot it, it'll do the job.

3:29 am - Friday, December 28, 2007

#2 Navaneeth Nagendra

I own this particular model camera.I just want to master it.So please can someone help me giving me guide lines.Waiting for response.

5:00 pm - Thursday, February 18, 2010