Kyocera Finecam M410R review
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 some times is serious.
I think that this was a half finished camera from Kyocera, but don’t forget that in truth the M410R is a 2004 model. Finally what this camera teaches me is how important is the main processor of the camera to be very fast, and the RTUNE technology from Kyocera is working great.
So my second superzoom, what I have now, is Panasonic Lumix FZ 7, which seems to be a totally finished Kyocera M410R.
At this time I have this camera as a collector’s item, maybe in the future has a value or else I’ll find someone beginner to make him a present…
My M410R to start with…
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