Reviews and Problems with Olympus Stylus 410 Digital
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Olympus Stylus 410 Review
26 April 2013
Summary: A good basic camera with a few extra perks: the LCD screen's quality is astounding and it can take a little more of a beating with its durable, all-weather design (but don't dunk it in the pool!). It records QuickTime and mpeg movies. Basically easy to use, the menu is a but hard to navigate at first.
Pros: Good picture quality, Wonderful LCD screen, Durable and weather resistant
Excerpt: Olympus 410 is an all-weather, splash water and dust resistant digital camera. With all the features that a modern compact digital camera should have, along with a nice design, and dust and water resistant construction, people with active lifestyles can take this camera along wherever they happen to roam.
Excerpt: Olympus America Inc., www.olympusamerica.com $380 street Good 4MP image quality; weather-resistant body Average boot-up times (other cameras are getting quicker) The Olympus Stylus 410 is a good choice as an entry-level subcompact digital camera, with easy handling and good image quality. The camera's "all-weather" capabilities should be attractive to those who plan to do a lot of outdoor shooting.
Excerpt: Continue on to Features & Controls Olympus Stylus 410 Specifications CCD Imager 4.0 megapixel effective 4.23 megapixel gross 1/2.5" (0.4") CCD Lens Olympus aspherical glass 3x zoom lens 5.8 - 17.4mm (35 - 105mm equivalent in 35mm photography), 5 lenses in 3 groups Seamless Digital Zoom Seamless to 12x (3x optical and 4x digital combined) Aperture Range f3.1 - f5.2 Shutter Speeds 1/1000 sec. - 1/2 sec. (up to 4 sec.
Excerpt: The Olympus MJU 410 is a four megapixel digital camera with a 3x optical zoom lens. It is easy to use and because of it's sleek, shiny body will appeal to anyone who is looking for a straightforward digital camera and finds style important. Size wise the Olympus MJU 410 will fit into a jacket pocket or small bag. It is aimed at casual photographers who are looking to take holiday snaps and every day pictures of friends and family rather than the serious photographer.
Summary: The µ[mju:] 410 Digital is as easy-to-use, good looking
and delivers similar image quality as its predecessor the
µ[mju:] 400 Digital. It gets 1/2 star more because of
the improvements that Olympus have made, but it doesn't quite
earn the maximum rating simply because it still doesn't offer
enough photographic control.
Summary: Test shots were rather contrasty with above-average saturation and blocked out highlights in brightly-lit conditions. Low-light shots contained a scattering of stuck pixels but were otherwise relatively noise free. These shots had a more usable dynamic range than shots taken in bright sunlight. The white balance control was an above-average performer, particularly with the manual pre-sets. Average shutter lag was 0.85 seconds. . .
Pros: Plenty of playback options, Good battery life, Weatherproof (but not immersible)
Cons: Weak, non-adjustable flash, Slow response times [BG05]
Excerpt: Nell'universo delle fotocamere digitali ci sono varie categorie: essenziali, di gamma media, avanzate, ecc. Dovrebbe risultare un'altra categoria in più: quella figata delle fotocamere. Permettetemi l'espressione, ma è l'aggettivo più adeguato per la mju 410: è un'autentica figata. Ed una volta che tralasciamo il lato estetico e l'usiamo -ti rendi conto di quante cose- per fotografare…Scatti anche foto belle!
Pros: Buone rifiniture e corpo resistente, molta buona qualità dell'immagine, assenza di aberrazioni cromatiche...
Cons: è impossibile controllare manualmente la sensibilità, assolutamente automatica, con un flash poco potente...