Olympus Evolt E-410 Reviews

CNET has a review of the Olympus Evolt E-410 and writes, “In general, the E-410 is capable of producing very good photos; in that respect, it differs little from competitors like the Nikon D40x and Canon EOS Rebel XTi. It takes a little more effort to get there, however–a bit of an absurdity given Olympus’ marketing it as a nonthreatening step up for the point-and-shoot photographer. If the Live View mode or compact design appeals to you, go to your local retailer and give the Evolt E-410 a try to make sure that their appeal lives up to your expectations. … 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.”

Gizmodo has a review of the Olympus EVOLT E-410 and writes, “Outdoors, with plenty of light, proved to be the best environment for shooting in the E-410’s automatic modes. Colors came out rich, with decent contrast most of the time. Though I typically prefer the viewfinder for shooting, the high-contrast display did well in the blazing sunlight for both Live View and post-shot review. Shooting with a flash indoors was a mixed bag. If there was enough ambient light, the flash filled in only what was necessary, and shots came out bright without that artificial sheen. In instances with lower natural light, however, the camera took a while to make the focus, exposure and light adjustments before committing to the shot.”

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