Released May, 2009
The Pros:Affordable price. Improves slightly on the FE-4000 - improved macro mode, higher ISO, better noise reduction, additional scene mode. Quality aesthetic.
The Cons:Basic point and shoot camera - no optical image stabilization, poor zoom, mediocre image quality. Records video in standard definition only.
The Olympus FE-4010 is a lower-mid range point-and-shoot digital camera and is almost identical to the model just below it, the FE-4000, and has nearly identical features. The only differences are that the FE-4010 has a slightly enhanced digital image stabilizer, which reduces noise more effectively than that of the FE-4000.
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The preset shooting modes are slightly different between the two cameras as well (for example, the FE-4010 has a "beach and snow" setting that the FE-4000 lacks). All other features are the same - optical zoom is still 4x, and the overall resolution is 12 megapixels. The FE-4010 also has autofocus tracking which enables clearer pictures of moving targets and has a high ISO mode, at speeds of 1600 ISO. The FE-4010 does not have a viewfinder and must use the 2.7" LCD screen to take photos. Like the FE-4000, this camera has a compact form factor and uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Other features include a "magic filter" mode that adds artistic digital filters to the photo and face recognition.
- 12 megapixel resolution
- 4x optical zoom
- High-ISO (1600) shooting
- "Magic Filter" artistic mode
- 21 shooting modes, including auto
- Built-in flash
- Lithium-ion battery (lasts approximately 170 shots)
- Video capture mode
- YouTube uploading software
- 2.7"-diagonal LCD screen
- Face recognition
- Noise-reducing digital image stabilization
- On-screen tips
- Pearl White
- Dark Grey
User Reviews (1)
improves slightly on the FE-4000 - improved macro mode, higher ISO, better noise reduction, additional scene mode
lithium-ion battery pack - not like most cameras in this price range that rely on AA batteries that aren't included
basic point and shoot camera - no optical image stabilization, poor zoom, mediocre image quality
records video in standard definition only
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