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Olympus Stylus 410
The sleek Olympus Stylus 410 is the latest addition to Olympus' popular line of rugged, weather-resistant digital cameras. With 4-megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom, and a splash-proof body, the Stylus 410 is very similar to the successful Stylus 400. Look closely, however, and you'll find some key differences -- the Stylus 410 offers sound recording with its movies and features 10 pre-set shooting modes, as opposed to the 400's seven modes. The Olympus Stylus 410 should be available in March, 2003, for approximately $399.
- 4.0 megapixels (effective)
- 3x optical/4x digital zoom
- autofocus only
- program exposure only
- JPEG file format
- ISO range 64-480
- proprietary Lithium-Ion battery
- movie mode with sound
- Release Date: Feb 17, 2004
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Olympus Stylus 410 Reviews
Olympus Stylus 410 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 5.0 out of 5
I owned this camera for over 2 years, before I left it in the backcountry. It took great pictures in the outdoors. I used it hiking, kayaking, and in the snow. It's all weather worked well. It got totally wet several times, but kept own working. I live in AK and it has been great! I am very upset I have not been able to replace it. The newer models lack the view finder which used outside often.
- 4.0 out of 5
i have had the olympus stylus for 5 months and i love it. the motion pics are bad but all my freinds love it! thats what matters now because i am 12 and the stuff you have and the quality of it makes you popular!!!! and i am, yeh me!
- 2.0 out of 5
I have had two other Olympus cameras before this one and had great luck- This one is horrible! The front cover has jammed 3 times which makes the camera unusable.I have took it in 3 times. My trip to Chicago was ruined!!! VERY DISSAPOINTED! Im getting rid of it.
- 3.0 out of 5
I've had my Stylus 410 9 months now, this is a good little point-n-shoot. I'm an avid motorcycle rider with the strap on my wrist snapping scenery as I go. REALLY wish it had image stabilization! I usually have to throw away 25% of my shots. Campfire pictures (low light) really suck (shutter speed way too slow)! Wake up time is slow. Good point is that it is somewhat weather-proof, I don't have to panic if it starts to rain. Indoor pictures turn out OK, the flash works well then. The Camedia software is OK, nothing really to knock you socks off about.
- 1.0 out of 5
This camera has a slow shutter speed and takes bad pictures. Inside or outside, the picture quality is poor. Very few pictures end up being in focus and there is a major problem with glare with respect to outdoor photos. I would not recommend this camera to anyone. Disposable cameras take better photos.
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