Kyocera Finecam M410R

Announced Feb 14, 2004 •
4 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 37 – 370 mm (10×)
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This was my first advanced digital camera, at first glance a very interesting little gun with 3.3 fps, and a 10X optical zoom. This camera is very easy and all the buttons and the menus are well placed. The picture quality is a kind of very natural even if noisy some times. I bought it in the end of 2005 just a little time before the Kyocera goes out of camera’s market. At that time for me was a great camera. The big problem with the M410R is the unstabilized superzoom lens, and the noise ...

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johnmcc
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this is a great little camera if you looking for an outdoor day time camera. Problems: flash has a tendency to over expose.

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asrardan
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This camera may have poor manufacturing. I purchased a Kyocera s3r camera. I started getting problems within the warranty period which the dealer in this country failed to removed and gave me another second hand s3r camera probably returned by some other customer. This camera, after a couple of months when the warranty was expired, turned in to a piece of stone. Its lens jammed and when I contacted the repair market, I saw a lot of other cameras with the same problem and no spare parts are ...

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rt22306
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I bought this model a year ago after having lost a Kyocera S5 digicam. Until Kyocera stepped out of the camera business, that's all I'd bought for 25 years (Yashica or Contax). I like the power source best for this model, good old AA batteries, no rechargeable maker specific rechargeable. I usually keep the camera(s) on and ready, so I do tend to go through batteries. AAs are everywhere. The SD memory cards are also interchangeable with my Pentax *istDL (and batteries) so one could ...

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Dave16
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Nothing but praise for this camera. Took a chance with a "non mainstream brand", but am pleasantly pleased. Great pictures- very crisp! 10x optical zoom is awesome! The mutli-shot is great too. I have two young kids and taking action photos couldn't be easier. Navigating the menu is easy and simple. I'm using a high-speed SD 512MB memory card. I'll take tons of picts and very rarely find one that isn't clear. Great camera for the money and options. Kyocera bought out Yashica, who ...

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afk
 
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I purchased this camera for use at work. Have only had the camera a few days but already it impresses as excellent value for money ($499 aus with card, bag and battery pack with charger) and very useful in all situations. I noticed that the flyers on this camera has manual focus but it doesn't (not that its a problem) - start up time , shutter lag and response is all excellent and very impressed. It has more than enough features for the average user and produces very good images. The video ...

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I've only had this camera for 2 months. I needed a camera that would take pictures very quickly and with a good zoom. This one works great. I purchased a 512 MB SD Ultra High Speed memory card and 2200 mAhr recharagable batteries. The results are better than I expected. I take pictures at Sporting events, high school wrestling, and this camera really excells at getting not only a good picture or two but the whole sequence of moves. I can actually take still shots of the entire match. I had ...

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maro
 
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Not bad camera, but colors... Problems: Colors in photos. Check my test: http://m410r-fz10.aclokomotiva.sk/

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Gerrard l
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After consideerindg alot of cameras in this catagory I got down to choosing between the highly responsive kyocera M410r and the Olympus c-765 (which according to some reviewers it produces sharper images). After a look at both I dicided on the m410r after really being impressed by its fast operation and excellent EVF and lcd (its really good in daylight),I also found the menus more user friendly. While probably its true that the c-765 has slghtly better sharpness than the m470r when set ...

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