Olympus E-410 Brief Review

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Specifications

  • 10 megapixels
  • TruePic III image processor
  • RAW and JPEG file formats
  • 4/3 standard lens mount
  • Auto and manual focus
  • Auto and manual exposure
  • ISO 100-1600
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • Compact Flash and xD-Picture card storage
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Release Date: 2007-03-07
  • Final Grade: 79 3.95 Star Rating: Recommended

3.95 Star Rating: Recommended

Olympus E-410
10 megapixels; TruePic III image processor; RAW and JPEG file formats; 4/3 standard lens mount; Auto and manual focus; Auto and manual exposure; ISO 100-1600; 2.5-inch LCD; Compact Flash and xD-Picture card storage; Lithium-ion battery
By , Last updated on: 5/18/2014

This has since been replaced by the E-420. Here's what we had to say when the E-410 was originally released in March 2007:

Olympus introduces another Live View digital SLR, putting the E-410 in a select class of professional-level cameras capable of presenting accurate and helpful previews of your subject on the LCD. In addition to the Live View technology, the E-410 features what Olympus calls a "Supersonic Wave Filter," which reduces the effects of dust and other debris on image quality. The Olympus E-410 is a compact, comfortable SLR that puts an emphasis on mobility and ease-of-use.

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Olympus is a long-time camera manufacturer, but lately they've been offering innovative, compact imaging options that are well worth a look. While Olympus doesn't have a camera in every category like Nikon or Sony, their focus on the cameras they offer shows.

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While most of Olympus' focus seems to be on their excellent mirrorless line, we haven't been disappointed with any of their compacts we've put through our tests either. The TG-3 and TG-4 are among the best waterproof compacts on the market. And when we put the super zoom SP-100 to the test, we were quite happy with the image quality and performance.

Olympus may not have a camera in each and every category, but they've really put a lot into their existing cameras, making them excellent options.

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