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Olympus E-420 Price in Malaysia

The Olympus E-420 is a 10MP DSLR camera with a 17.3 x 13mmCMOS sensor. The DSLR camera has an ISO range of 100 to 1600. It can also record videos at 4K. To help better compose and view photographs, it has a 2.7" display as well.
The Olympus E-420 is a 10MP DSLR camera with a 17.3 x 13mmCMOS sensor. The DSLR camera has an ISO range of 100 to 1600. It can also record videos at 4K. To help better compose and view photographs, it has a 2.7" display as well.

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Best price for Olympus E-420 in Malaysia is RM 415.30

You can buy the Olympus E-420 at the lowest price of RM 415.30 from Lazada which is 52% cheaper than the Olympus E-420 that is sold by AliExpress at the price of RM 874.10.
Alternatively, the Olympus E-420 is also sold in Hong Kong at AliExpress with the price of RM 875.00 and Indonesia at Lazada with the price of RM 849.00 and Philippines at Lazada with the price of RM 527.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of RM 647.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 22 June 2018, 19:11.

Price List by Country for Olympus E-420

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 1,715.00 MYR 875.00
Indonesia IDR 2.963.000 MYR 849.00
Malaysia MYR 415.30 MYR 415.00
Philippines PHP 7,012.00 MYR 527.00
Singapore SGD 219.60 MYR 647.00

Specs of Olympus E-420

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 10MP
Sensor Size 17.3 x 13mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Screen Size 2.7"
Viewfinder Optical
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Live View
Packaging Content
Camera Version Lens Kit
Video Resolution 4K
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 1600
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 3.5fps
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Colour Black
Dimensions (W x H x D) 129.5 x 53 x 91mm
Weight 380g
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 3
Manual Focus
Lens Mount M4/3
Release Year 2008

Reviews of Olympus E-420
Reviewed on 2008-09-01
Compact and lightweight design; Live View is great for taking shots at difficult angles; good dynamic range; dust reduction system.
Poor ISO performance; slow focusing in Live View mode.
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Reviewed on 2009-08-16
The Olympus E-420 Digital SLR is the world's smallest DSLR camera. Despite it's small size (5.1 x 3.6 x2.1 inches) and light weight (13.4 ounces), Olympus still gave it plenty of useful features. The 10MP E-420 includes autofocus with Live View, face ...
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Reviewed on 2009-07-22
A recent thread launched with the question, “Have you ever bought a piece of kit that really changed the way you thought about your photography?” The thread excluded cameras as answers. The Olympus E-420 is a tool that can change the way you ...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-13
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Reviewed on 2008-12-02
The Olympus E-420 is well worth the amateur photographer’s consideration. If there is only one feature that should drive the purchase of your next camera (or even your first camera, for that matter), it would have to be ability to interchange lenses, ...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-06
Not only is it one of the most lightweight and compact models in the world, the Olympus E-420 is an inexpensive DSLR that's a mighty £170 less than its Olympus E-410 predecessor.The two cameras look outwardly identical with a busy control layout; only...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-14
The Olympus E-420 is currently the world’s smallest digital SLR. Offering professional performance and features in a compact, lightweight body, the 10-megapixel E-420 includes Live View, a 2.7-inch LCD and Face Detection. It can capture both RAW...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-10
The Olympus E-420 is the successor to the very popular E-410 from last year. Olympus designed this portable model for those who are ready to step up to the power and performance of a digital SLR, yet still expect the ease of use and ability to compose ...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-20
Founded in 1919, Olympus has been one of the Big 5 camera manufacturers in the US since the late 50s introduction of its very popular half frame film camera the Olympus Pen. Some of its other well known film cameras were the Olympus RC (one of my fa...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-30
Hybrid AF: When this mode is selected, the camera first employs contrast-detection AF to set approximate focus so the image looks quite sharp on the LCD monitor. There’s no interruption of the live preview display. Press the shutter button to t...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-08
Sharp, detailed close-up pictures. Pleasant colors in average light. Live-view mode allows odd-angle shots. Speedy, responsive action. Advanced manual controls.
Photos get noisy at 800 ISO and higher. Viewfinder feels small. LCD stays lit even when sighting camera.
Its small body shoots big images. Slackers might chuckle at the numbers in the Evolt E-420’s name, but this entry-level DSLR is as hard working as any competitor. Stocked with important features, including a live-view mode to frame shots on the 2.7-...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-21
Little effort to carry, dust reduction, excellent value for money, consistent AWB
Handling, position of right eyelet, highlight control, slow AF system with standard lenses
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Four Thirds system has been around longer than its years. Having quietly celebrated its fifth birthday last year, the system has to date notched up 13 DSLR bodies and 37 lenses, with help from a range of manufact...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-02
Hailed as the world's smallest and lightest DSLR, the Olympus E-420 replaces the E-410 in the Olympus Four-Thirds system line-up. With 10 million effective pixels, from a total of 11.8 million, it seems like Olympus may have hit a bottleneck with the four...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-23
Very compact and lightweight digital SLR, especially when combined with the 25mm pancake lens, Comfortable to hold despite the lack of a real grip, Control panel display allows quick access to most important shooting parameters, Generally snappy performan......
LCD could be a little brighter for outdoor shooting with live view and is prone to smearing, LCD turns monochrome and noisy in low light, Auto white balance and presets not brilliant (but there is a white balance fine tune option), Image parameters only o......
The Olympus E-420 is the most junior member in Olympus line of digital SLRs. It was announced on the 5th March 2008, exactly one year after the launch of its predecessor, the E-410. Like the E-410 it comes with a 10 megapixel resolution, live-view a...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-23
Improved grip over the earlier E-410 and £170 cheaper on launch, Faster operation, while larger LCD screen aids visibility, More consistent white balance performance from shot to shot, Realistic colours, with a vivid option to increase saturation still......
Functional improvements over the earlier E-410 are relatively minor ones, Two of the E-410’s scene modes have sunk without a trace
A year on from the Olympus E-410 comes the companys new entry-level model, the E-420. Initially, the two 10-megapixel digital SLRs look identical, save for a raised ridge on the E-420’s grip, which affords a firmer hold on the camera. The lack of any ...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-09
Small and lightweight, Easy-to-use, Great noise control, Uses FourThirds standard
Lack of a grip
Along with the E-520 reviewed by our Pete, the E-420 has Live-View that doesnt blank out when focusing. Olympus E-420: SpecificationResolution: 10MpSensor type: 4/3 Live MOSLens mount: 4/3Metering system: 49 zones Multi-pattern Sensing SystemFrames ...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-06
The Olympus E-420 DSLR camera follows the recent trend of updating an existing design with a smattering of new features. Successor to the E-410, the new E420 model takes over the mantle as the Worlds most compact DSLR, weighing less than 400g and ea...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-04
Pocketable size (particularly with 25mm pancake lens); great walk-around camera, 11-point contrast-detect autofocus in Live View (but slow, and works with only a few lenses), Digital-specific lens line offers advantage in edge-to-edge sharpness, Supers......
Small grip can make it difficult to comfortably handle camera; becomes much more pronounced when long lenses are applied, Shutter lag in Live View (can reach at much as 2.6 seconds), LCD show odd metallic-like sheen in bright daylight, can be distracti......
The Olympus E-420 picks up where the E-410 left off, advancing the feature set and underlying characteristics within Olympuss line. While the addition of Face Detection and Contrast-Detect autofocus clearly target point-and-shooters, the introduction ...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-04
When Olympus first introduced the E-400, with the E-410 following not much later, they showed for the first time just how compact a DSLR camera from a FourThirds system can be. The design appealed to me immediately, and although I was prejudiced, shoul...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-27
Very good photo quality, Good value starts at $500, body only, Worlds smallest DSLR; excellent build quality, Dust reduction system, Live view with contrast detect AF and face detection (with some lenses) on a 2.7" LCD display, Full manual contro...
Photos are slightly soft; noise reduction a bit heavy at ISO 1600 (shoot RAW to avoid), Slow contrast detect AF, unimpressive face detection in live view mode; both features only available with a select few lenses, Low light focusing could be better in......
With the new E-420, Olympus has created a true "go anywhere" digital SLR -- especially when paired with the new 25 mm "pancake lens". The E-420 offers great photo quality, snappy performance (in most respects), live view, and both ...
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