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Olympus EVOLT E-410 (with 14-42mm and 40-150mm Lenses)

Olympus EVOLT E-410 (with 14-42mm and 40-150mm Lenses)

10MP Digital SLR Camera with 10.7x Optical Zoom
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CNET editors' review

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By Lori Grunin from
May 7, 2007
7.1 out of 10 (Very good)
“Olympus' compact dSLR for newbies, the Evolt E-410, is a decent choice if you're looking to save space in your bag, but issues with its automatic exposure and white balance make it an unsatisfactory option as a first dSLR.”

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May 2007
Functionality: 9.2 out of 10, Photographic Qualities: 9.6 out of 10

Olympus EVOLT E-410 Digital Camera - Full Review

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By Shawn Barnett from The Imaging Resource
July 31, 2007
Not a Dave's Pick
“Tinkerers who have been waiting for a small SLR and like to make good products better with a little attention to detail will love the Olympus E-410. The E-410 is a good camera in the hands of an experienced photographer, but not the best choice for the average consumer.”

Olympus E-410 EVOLT Review

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By Phil Askey from Digital Photography Review
June 2007
Highly Recommended
“At the end of the day I found myself quite liking the E-410, it's a grower that offers great value for money in a small compact package, has some real stand-out features and hasn't been crippled to 'fit into the range' like similar models from other manufacturers.”

Olympus EVOLT E-410 Digital SLR - Hands on Review

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Steve's Digicams
August 15, 2007
“Bottom line - The Olympus E-410 is a very capable dSLR, offering terrific image quality, an extensive list of useful features and an automatic mode to please the more armature photographer.”

DCRP Review: Olympus EVOLT E-410

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By Jeff Keller from Digital Camera Resource Page
March 4, 2007
“I personally would spend the extra $100 for the EVOLT E-510, which is larger and easier to hold, and it has built-in image stabilization as well.”

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