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Olympus E-410 - Camera

Olympus E-410 - Camera

Compact DSLR released by Olympus in 2007 and marketed as the "smallest DSLR on the market". Also sold as the EVOLT E-410.

  • Sensor: 10 MP Four Thirds MOS
  • Shutter speeds: 60s - 1/4000s
  • Continuous shooting: 3 fps
  • Battery: PS-BLS1
  • ISO range: 100 - 1600
  • Size: 130 x 91 x 72mm
  • Weight: 375g
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Four Thirds

The Four Thirds system was created by Olympus and Eastman Kodak and was introduced in 2002. The Four Thirds Consortium consisted of the following companies: Olympus, Kodak, Leica, Fuji, Sigma, Panasonic and Sanyo. The majority of the Four Thirds cameras were made by Olympus but both Leica and Panasonic also released some models.

The Four Thirds system was discontinued in 2017 with the introduction of the newer Micro Four Thirds system, but the lenses are usable on Micro Four Thirds cameras using an adapter such as the Olympus MMF-3.

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Olympus E-410 - Camera Availability & Price History
Date Sold SKU Quality Control Price Image
03 Mar 2024 A74774 € 89,00 Olympus E-410 - Camera Image
09 Aug 2023 A70067 € 89,00 Olympus E-410 - Camera Image
24 Jul 2023 T43429 € 16,21 Olympus E-410 - Camera Image
09 May 2023 T11436 € 89,00 Olympus E-410 - Camera Image
22 Apr 2022 T14469 € 79,00 Olympus E-410 - Camera Image