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The E-410 and E-510 are identical with one exception: the E-510 offers mechanical image stabilization (sensor shift), a first for Olympus' dSLRs.

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The two models offer scene modes to help out point-and-shooters stepping up to their first dSLR. The SSWF button on the top initiates the sensor vibration to shake off dust.

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I generally find these types of buttons difficult to use on a dSLR body.

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The two cameras offer user-selectable 3-point autofocus.

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If you've used an Olympus point-and-shoot, the navigation and direct-control buttons will look and feel very familiar.

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