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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 8:29 pm 
i would like to hear your opinions guys...
i know pretty well all the specifications of the two cameras...
but !!
no in practice what i mean with this ?
i dont know how really looks the Image quality
of this cameras...
i know the 410 has some very important aspects
like image stabilization, live view, and anti dust claner
however im a owner of a lot of nikon products...
and im searching for a new
DSLR but just one for the school i dont make profesional photography

well please tell me what you think bout this two cameras

theroden from California ;)

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 8:39 pm 
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Hello Theroden, and welcome to the Camera Labs forum!

Gordon wrote:
Its big selling point is the ease with which DSLR beginners can get to grips with it. The D40x, like the D40, is arguably the friendliest DSLR to date while boasting Nikon’s legendary metering system which simply out-performs all rivals. The kit lens is also pretty good, and like Canon, there’s several stabilised options if you want to upgrade to anti-shake.

Well that pretty much decides it for me.
- The Nikon has the much wider and better lens assortment than the Oly
- The Nikon has the larger sensor, so better noise

Thomas (beware: Nikon-fanboy and moderator!) My Lens Reviews, My Pictures, My Photography Blog
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 9:19 pm 
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Hi Theroden, the E-410 does have Live View and anti-dust, but you'll need the E-510 if you want built-in stabilisation.

If you really want Live View and the best anti-dust system, then go for the Olympus. If you want the best metering system and the ability to re-use your Nikon kit, then go for the Nikon.

I would recommend picking up both cameras for yourself though to see which looks and feels best to you personally.


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