Olympus E-410 (EVOLT E-410)

Announced Mar 5, 2007 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Olympus E-410 review
By: WDC Team, What Digital Camera (Aug 2, 2007)

There's no doubt the E-410 is a significantly 'better' camera than the E-400. Fundamental upgrades to the sensor, processor and LCD screen have led to improvements in both the handling and image quality, and the reduction in noise is astounding. It does appear that the move from a conventional CCD to a LiveMOS sensor is the right one. In addition, the E-410 now has live view, which is great if...

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Olympus E-410 (EVOLT E-410) review

The Olympus E-410 may only be a subtly upgraded version of its predecessor, but since the E-400 had limited availability (and could possibly soon be discontinued), it’s worth addressing the E-410 as a completely new camera. First things first: the E-410 is a seriously small DSLR. Indeed by inheriting its predecessor’s body, it shares the honour of being the world’s smallest and lightest...

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