£50 cashback on Olympus E410 DSLR when purchased from Currys etc. Net total price from £313.00 deli - HotUKDeals
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The usual cashback type offer: Buy the camera for £399.89 either instore or online from either Currys, PC World, Currys.Digital or Dixons Tax Free (UK Only) and get £50 wired to your bank account courtesy of those lovely people at Olympus.

Whats the Camera: It's the very excellent E410 featuring their Liveview technology, Supersonic Wave filter, 10 million Pixel Live MOS sensor, and Hypercrystal LCD.

Obviously look around for free delivery and money off codes and use those along with quidco to save even more money.Offer is until the end of the year, so make yourself VERY popular and buy this for a Christmas present.
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#1
Features for this Olympus E410SE KIT

- Pixels - 10 million
- Lens size - 17.5-45mm
- Screen size - 2.5 inch
- Frames per second - 3
- Memory format - XD / CF
- Latest 'Live View' LCD technology
- Supersonic wave filter for dust removal
- 3 point auto focus
- 3.5-4.5 F-stop lens
- Weight: 380g (body only)

Specification for this Olympus E410SE KIT

Lens Kit Included Yes
Lens mm Range 17.5-45 mm
Lens F-stop f/3.5-4.5
Continous shooting mode Yes
Frames Per Second 3
Supersonic Wave Filter Yes
Auto Focus (no of points) 3 point
Slowest Shutter Speed 60
Shooting Modes 19
LCD Screen Size 2.5 inches
Record RAW+JPEG Simultaneously Yes
Memory Type CF / XD
PictBridge Compatible Yes
Aperture/Shutter priority Yes
USB Connection Yes
View Finder Yes
Manual Focus Yes
Manual ISO overrides Yes
Video Output Yes
Resolution Settings Yes
Auto/Manual exposure Yes
Multi mode flash Yes
Exposure compensation Yes
Self timer Yes
Picture Effects Yes
Camera Weight 380 g
Body Colour Black
Battery Supplied Yes
Type of Battery Included Lithium-Ion
Wrist Strap Supplied Yes
Software Supplied Yes
Lens Compatibility Zuiko
#2
Thanks, this is a great deal.
#3
As I said the camera was excellent, here is the proof:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/OlympusE410/

DP REVIEW - Highly commended.

http://www.ephotozine.com/article/Olympus-E-410---small-and-light-DSLR-reviewed

ePHOTOzine - Highly commended

http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/news/article.php?id=129430

WHAT DIGITAL CAMERA - 89% Recommended
#4
Be aware this is a runout special - this model is about to be replaced. And for speed & IQ (esp. high ISO performance) you can't beat the canon 40D at the moment. But i guess it costs more too...
#5
I think you're wrong, Warren P, this is nota runout special, the model was newly introduced in the last couple of months. And comparing it with the Canon 40D is a little silly, don't you think- body alone is twice the price of this.
This is a great camera, very compact, especially if the correct kit lenses were being sold with it.
Unfortunately the kit on sale here is the DSG special, without the rechargable battery and charger (CR23 batteries I think being supplied, and the rather marginal 17.5-45 lens instead of the new 14-42mm.
Good camera, but buy from an established dealer for the decent kit.
#6
[QUOTE=warrenp]Be aware this is a runout special - this model is about to be replaced. And for speed & IQ (esp. high ISO performance) you can't beat the canon 40D at the moment. But i guess it costs more too...[/QUOTE]

A bit more? Like over double as a body only (unless you've seen it for much less than £700).

The E410 is the perfect beginners DSLR, great price and some really useful features - the Liveview is ideal compromise between DSLR and compacts and really comes into its own on macro/tripod photography. The resolution is alot better than the Nikon D40 or Pentax K100D. And still the E410 is the smallest and lightest DSLR out there.

The Olympus E510 (if thats the replacement you are refering to) is already out and is a upgrade rather than a replacement. And as both cameras were launched in March (iirc) I would be surprised to see a commercially available replacement for another year or so.
#7
oobie38
I think you're wrong, Warren P, this is nota runout special, the model was newly introduced in the last couple of months. And comparing it with the Canon 40D is a little silly, don't you think- body alone is twice the price of this.
This is a great camera, very compact, especially if the correct kit lenses were being sold with it.
Unfortunately the kit on sale here is the DSG special, without the rechargable battery and charger (CR23 batteries I think being supplied, and the rather marginal 17.5-45 lens instead of the new 14-42mm.
Good camera, but buy from an established dealer for the decent kit.


You are correct on the lens, but the camera is being shipped with a Lithium-Ion battery and charger.

You can get a twin lens package for £499 (and then the same £50 cashback) with the 17.5-44 lens and also the compact zoom (40 -150mm I think)
#8
social lurker
[quote=warrenp]Be aware this is a runout special - this model is about to be replaced. And for speed & IQ (esp. high ISO performance) you can't beat the canon 40D at the moment. But i guess it costs more too...[/QUOTE]

A bit more? Like over double as a body only (unless you've seen it for much less than £700).

The E410 is the perfect beginners DSLR, great price and some really useful features - the Liveview is ideal compromise between DSLR and compacts and really comes into its own on macro/tripod photography. The resolution is alot better than the Nikon D40 or Pentax K100D. And still the E410 is the smallest and lightest DSLR out there.

The Olympus E510 (if thats the replacement you are refering to) is already out and is a upgrade rather than a replacement. And as both cameras were launched in March (iirc) I would be surprised to see a commercially available replacement for another year or so.


Yep, you are spot on pretty much - I think the original user was confusing this camera with the E-400. I agree with all your comments on the 40D/E-410, these are completely different cameras. Wouldn't say the E-510 is an upgrade, although it has IS it's also bulkier which may not be to everyone's preference, both cameras will be part of the lineup for a while yet. Also worth bearing in mind that the Olympus dust removal system is consistently shown to be the most effective in tests when compared to the Sony, Canon and Pentax systems.

350 is a very nice deal for this, I have to admit I am tempted as it would go perfectly with the 14-42mm I already have from the E-510. However I think I will resist as I have five 4/3 cameras already :S

My only question over this deal would be the 17.5-35mm lens - this equates to 35-90mm which may not be wide enough for all tastes. The new 14-42mm kit lens gives a wider 28mm field of view and also has an ED element. For that reason, it may be worth considering the E-410 dual lens kit which comes with both the new lenses (14-42mm and 40-150mm) however it's a couple of hundred pounds more at around 530 pounds. This does give you a very good all round setup with a 28-300mm equivalent field of view but admittedly it's adding a substantial cost to the package to get that telephoto. Alternatively, Currys (and probably Dixons) do have the older E-400 with the 14-42mm kit lens for just 300 pounds. The E-400 shares the same small and lightweight body *however* it has no liveview capability and it has a Kodak sensor rather than the Panasonic sensor in the E-410 - the latter has lower noise at the higher ISOs.

It's also worth checking ebay for these kit lenses, although some sites do sell them refurbished many people buy the camera for the body only and have had to take the kit lenses due to stock or it's profitable to pay a little more to get the kit lenses and sell them for more.

To be clear, these are just recommendations - I think this is a superb deal that I'll probably fall for soon ;)

John
#9
The deal gets even better when you add vouchers too:

The camera is £406.88 delviered from Currys.co.uk

Use the code: yaw399 to save £30 (valid until the end of the month)
and go via quidco to save 3.5% = £13.19
So this is then £363.69 delivered

And then you get £50 cashback = [COLOR="Red"]£313.69. [/COLOR]

Now THAT'S a bargain.
#10
And again - even better:

10% off all cameras this weekend at Currys:

£366.88 delivered for the camera.
£346.88 using code yaw299
get quidco at 3.5% saves about £10
=£335 delivered

and then get £50 cashback
= a grand total of about £285 delivered (or there abouts)
#11
warrenp
Be aware this is a runout special - this model is about to be replaced. And for speed & IQ (esp. high ISO performance) you can't beat the canon 40D at the moment. But i guess it costs more too...

No this replaces the E400 that I have it was introduced only a couple of months ago.
#12
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#13
*bee boo*

Last day to get the 10% off cameras at Currys today (Sunday 3rd September) meaning its the last day to get this camera at £285.

*boo bee*
#14
social lurker
And again - even better:

10% off all cameras this weekend at Currys:

£366.88 delivered for the camera.
£346.88 using code yaw299
get quidco at 3.5% saves about £10
=£335 delivered

and then get £50 cashback
= a grand total of about £285 delivered (or there abouts)


I don't see the 10% off all cameras on the website?
#15
It is priced at the full amount on the screen and then when you progress to the basket, the 10% is automatically taken off.
#16
Thanks. It really does look like a fantastic deal even though the lens is not the latest 14-42 lens.

I don't really need another camera as I have a Canon D-SLR and also just ordered a Canon G9 p&s which is on back order.

I was just thinking that this could replace the p&s but it's a little larger than I would like i.e. doesn't fit in pocket.....

I do know that it would give better IQ than my forthcoming G9...
#17
The 10% deal has finished on cameras, so this is now back to £313 delivered (still an excellent price), but Currys have now had 2 "Head office promotions" offering 10% off all cameras over £100 in the last few weeks, so it might be worth keeping an eye out for the next one.
#18
Available for this weekend only with an Olympus 40-150mm lens included for an extra £30:

Gross = £429.89
- 5% (coupon code - YAW808) = £408.40
+ delivery = £418.39
- quidco (3.5%) = £403.74
- cashback (£50) = £353.74

The lens usually costs £150 or more so this is an outstanding deal. Many people would buy a second lens for this anyway as the kit lens is limited. This means you are getting the camera kit for £200.
#19
I just posted that on another thread, but this^^^^ is a great deal.

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