PMA 2004: Olympus today announced the Stylus 410 Digital (to be known as the µ[mju] 410 Digital in Europe). The design of this camera reflects the successful and well known Stylus compact film camera range. The 410 Digital has a four megapixel sensor and three times optical zoom lens. Other features include a weatherproof casing, Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery xD-Picture card storage and a 1.5" LCD monitor. Expected street price in the US is $399.
Model names around the world
- Olympus Stylus 410 Digital (US) = µ[mju] 410 Digital (EU/SE Asia)
Press Release (Olympus UK):
The Mju 410 Digital from Olympus
Enhancing an award winning range
Olympus is introducing the Mju 410 Digital, the latest addition to the worlds most popular camera series. The Mju 410 is encased in a full metal body with a silver finish, offers 4 megapixels and a 3x optical zoom. The Mju 410 is the first Mju Digital model to feature TruePic Turbo, a new image processor which sharpens image clarity, contrast and colour for life-like results. This feature also makes the camera 30% faster in processing images and is combined with a super fast shutter release time. Available from March, RRP £299.99 (inc VAT). For stockist information freephone 0800 072 0070 or visit www.olympus.co.uk.
The Mju 410 Digitals 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 35-105mm on a 35 mm camera) has been specially designed to suit the CCD. This ensures prints of the highest quality, even when printed on A4 format. Thanks to the PictBridge standard, printing is easy. The need for a PC is eliminated when the camera is used with compatible printers, such as the Olympus dye-sublimation P-10.
A range of automatic functions such as TTL autofocus and Digital ESP (Electro Selective Pattern) light metering help ensure best results with the minimum of fuss. The Mju 410 Digital boasts a scene programme for every occasion: users can choose from eight variations Portrait, Self Portrait, Night Scene, Landscape, Landscape with Portrait, Beach and Snow, Cuisine and Indoor.
The model also features a movie recording function plus sound, enabling you to bring all your images to life. The length of the recording is only limited by the capacity of the xD-Picture Card. The Mju 410 Digital features a 1.5 134, 000 pixel LCD monitor, perfect for framing shots and viewing them straight away.
The Mju 410 Digital comes with a high voltage, environment-friendly rechargeable lithium-ion battery and charger.
- Mju 410 Digital - £299.99 (inc VAT)
- Weather-proof casing (weather-proof equivalent to the IEC standard publication 529 IPX4)
- 4 million pixel
- 3x Optical Zoom
- TruePic Turbo image processor
- 8 scene programmes
- 16 MB xD-Picture Card
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (Li-10B)
- 1.5 inch colour TFT LCD monitor with 134,000 pixels with multi-language menu
- Movie recording function with sound
- 5 to 99 images over 6 resolution settings
- PictBridge support
Olympus Stylus 410 Digital (µ[mju] 410 Digital) specifications
|Sensor|| 1/2.5" Type CCD
4.0 million effective pixels
|Image sizes|| 2272 x 1704
2048 x 1536
1600 x 1200
1280 x 960
1024 x 768
640 x 480
|File formats|| JPEG (EXIF 2.2)
MOV (Motion JPEG)
|Movie clips|| 320 x 240, 15 fps, max 20
160 x 120, 15 fps, max 90 sec
|Lens|| 3x optical zoom
35 - 105 mm equiv.
F3.1 - F5.2
5 elements in 3 groups, 3 aspherical elements
|Digital zoom||Up to 4x|
|Auto focus|| TTL contrast detect
|Focus range|| Normal: 0.5 m - Infinity
Macro: 20 cm - Infinity
Super macro: 9 cm - Infinity
|Shooting modes|| Program AE
|Scene modes|| Portrait
Beach and snow
Landscape with portrait
|Metering|| Digital ESP
|Sensitivity equiv.||Auto (ISO 64 - 480)|
|Exposure compen.|| -2.0 to +2.0 EV
0.3 EV steps
|Shutter speed||4 - 1/1000 sec|
|White balance|| Auto
|Image processing|| TruePic Turbo
|LCD monitor|| 1.5" TFT LCD
Modes: Auto, Red-eye reduction, Fill-In, Off
Range: Wide 3.6 m, Tele 2.0 m
|Sequence shooting|| 2 fps
4 images (HQ mode)
|Direct print||PictBridge compatible|
|Power|| Lithium-Ion rechargeable
Optional AC adapter
|Storage|| xD-Picture Card
16 MB card supplied
|Dimensions||99 x 56 x 34 mm|
|Weight (no batt)||156 g|
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