Olympus Mju 410 Digital Camera.

  URRA 09:43 02 May 04

Anyone have any comments about the quality of this camera for a beginner?

  Diemmess 10:20 02 May 04

A son has one.
Optically splendid for its spec. Plenty of menu options, very pocketable, with a dust and watersplash seal when "closed."

Price is fair for the specification.

This camera is way above the "Offer" type of starter camera, and somewhat below the professional level, but for prints up to and greater than A4 it is excellent.

  steve0 20:36 02 May 04

Have had one for a couple of months now. Quality is stunning. Make sure you get a larger memory card though - I've bought a 128Mb one. Have used a Pentax Optio and Casio at work and this is much better, found that these others always had to have some retouching to do in Paintshop Pro. For a beginners camera you can simply point and shoot on auto and most shots will be very good. Once you get used to the camera the various program modes are easy to use.

  byfordr 22:18 02 May 04

The Olympus are very good. Got a C50-Zoom myself. Would advice you to take a look. The C50-zoom (5mp) nice and compact £225 click here

For XD food click here (Made by Fuji but the same stuff) £26 128mb

Whatever camera you buy get a case. Sound advice about 128mb memory cards.



  byfordr 22:19 02 May 04

ps Just about to order another 3 C50-zoom for family members...

  byfordr 23:09 02 May 04

Just ordered...

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