Olympus Evolt E410 10MP Digital SLR Camera with 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Zuiko Lens – Reviews & Compare Deals

Olympus Evolt E410 10MP Digital SLR Camera with 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Zuiko Lens – Reviews & Compare Deals
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If you want to remember all the great moments you encounter, then the EVOLT E-410 was built to let you capture all of them. The Live View LCD is an great unique feature for a digital SLR. And when you experience the ergonomic feel and lightweight portability of this camera, you?ll want to take it everywhere. Whether the important details of your life are smiling faces or far-away places, you?ll capture pristine, detailed memories, thanks to a proven Dust Reduction System and powerful 10-megapixel imager. Features Effective Pixels: 10 million Total Number of Effective Pixels: Approx. 10.9 million pixels Aspect ratio 1.33 /4:3 Filter array Primary color filter /RGB LPF Fixed type IR cut filter Hybrid type Dust reduction Supersonic Wave Filter: Dust reduction system for image sensor Model Number: 262042

Olympus Evolt E410 10MP Digital SLR Camera with 14 42mm f3.5 5.6 Zuiko Lens

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Olympus Evolt E410 10MP Digital SLR Camera with 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Zuiko Lens

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  • 10-megapixel CMOS sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 18 x 24-inch prints
  • 2.5-inch Live View HyperCrystal LCD display
  • Exclusive dust-free technology for spot-free photos
  • TruePic III for superior image quality in all lighting situations
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Olympus
Color
Black
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Olympus
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Warranty does not cover misuse of product.
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Product Group
Photography
Product Type Subcategory
slr
Publisher
Olympus
Release Date
2007-05-10
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Olympus
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  • EAN: 0050332160408
  • MPN: 262041
  • UPC: 050332160408
  • Model: 262041
  • Part Number: 262041
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  1. Buy this camera! I have read reviews that said that this camera was too small. I am 6’2″ with big hands and I think the size is perfect. I think some people are stuck in the 35mm film days and don’t realize that a digital slr does not have to be like a film slr. This camera is fast, small, and light. It takes great pictures. My other digital slr is a monster compared to this. I will keep it for some things (sigma sd14) but for most of my photography the e-410 is a perfect fit. Plus it has a dust removal system which sadly the sigma does not have. For the price there is nothing else that even comes close. Unless you are a professional photographer I can’t see why you would need more. Buy this camera! I got mine from Cameta for $339.00 with the 14-42 lens. The ad said refurb but mine was an untouched demo.

  2. I have had my e410 for a few days now. I read some different reviews on it. All of them had nothing but good things to say about this camera. With in a day I knew what all the settings are and how to use it all manually. At first I was scared that there was too much. I picked up the manual and looked it over. The manual is Great. It explains every thing from what SLR stand for to focusing. Very user friendly with your trusting manual by your side you will have it all figured out in a day.I love all the different settings to pick from. I love the size. Its small but light it fits well in my hands. My husband said “it’s so small and light, but has grips in all the right places I can hold it all day.” He has bigger hands then me and still found it comfortable.The Live LCD screen is nice but I like to use the eye piece better for focusing. All the buttons are in the right places. The photo quality is great. With the software they give you allows you to put together panoramic photos. I LOVE THAT.The manual focus is not like others. It’s better for just fine adjusting. If you put in on seim automatic this way you can let the camera focus and then tweak it to what you want and that works great.You can’t beat the quality for the price. I was looking at Nikons and Cannons. The ones in this price rang did not impress me. This camera is just as good as the d40. If not better.I could go on and on about this camera. I love it and you can’t go wrong with it. This is my first DSLR I moved up from my old 35-mm SLR and this is a great camera to do that with. I highly recommend the E410 to anyone that wants a good travel DSLR that is fun to use and takes a great photo.

  3. Even though this is a slightly older model, it is a great starter dslr camera. I bought this last January as my first dslr camera. I chose it because it was 10mp unlike other starters which were fewer. It also had good ratings despite not being as popular as other brands. What sealed the deal was that it was lighter than a lot of other dslr cameras. I have not been disappointed. The pictures I have taken have turned out great using a variety of lenses. Its menus and features are easy to use and you can switch lenses quickly. Being small and lightweight, I can take it almost anywhere without it being a strain on my neck and shoulders. I recommend this camera for anyone moving into the dslr field.

  4. I am not going to break down this camera with the detail that has already been given. I have used other DSLRs and can say that this is a great camera for the money. The pictures are very crisp and clear especially if you use proper techniques (photography basics) Adjusting the settings took a little practice and a full battery to learn, but once you get the hang of it, it isn’t overly complicated (read the manual before poking buttons). Although I seldom use the Auto setting on DSLR’s I use it to guage the overall quality of the camera based on how well the images come out. The images I took with the Auto setting were clear and did not require much touch up. (impressive for a camera at this price level). With proper lenses you can take high quality images that can rival much higher cost point cameras. Even with the stock lens that ships with this camera, you can get a great quality image. For ameteurs, hobbiests, and people looking to make the jump from point and shoot cameras, I would highly recommend Olympus E series cameras. They are cost effective, and of a great durable quality. I would recommend looking into getting a couple of different types of lenses to give you more range and options. I must caveat this by saying if you are just going to be taking pictures recreationally the lens it comes with will more than suffice. I would also invest in a couple of backup batteries and a couple of memory cards so you don’t have to stop what you are doing (theme parks, beach, remote shoots…)All in all I would say that you are getting a great camera for buck. I have not used the Canon or Pentax in the same price range so I can’t compare them for you, but if you are reading this, you are obviously doing the research. From what I have seen, each of these brands has strengths and weaknesses. Happy hunting.

  5. This was purchased used but not for the intended purpose. I will be using this for astrophotography. Because of the 2x crop factor it makes for highly magnified views of my astronomy targets; mostly small star clusters and double stars. My 2500mm telescope now becomes a 5000mm lens because of the crop factor. I’ve used Olympus cameras in the past starting with the OM-1n and progressing into the digital with the E-500 and now the E-510. This camera is claimed to be the world’s smallest DSLR; actually smaller and lighter than the old OM-1n film camera. Some of it’s features like “Anti-Shock” (mirror-lock) and “Live View” are ideal for astrophotography.

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