PhotographyBLOG's tests show that the Olympus E-410's kit lens has commendably little purple fringing even in this worst-case situation.
Mark Goldstein's PhotographyBLOG has just published its review of the Olympus E-410. From Mark:
"The Olympus E-410 is a 10 megapixel DSLR camera based on the Four Thirds standard. Marketed as the ultimate ‘travel’ DSLR, the E-410 weighs just 375 g (body only) and a measures 129.5 x 91 x 53 mm. The Olympus E410 features Live Preview, which allows you to frame the shot through the camera’s 2.5 inch LCD screen, in addition to using the more traditional optical viewfinder. The Olympus E-410 also offers a new image processing engine, 32 shooting modes and Supersonic Wave Filter. Is this the best Olympus DSLR camera yet? Gavin Stoker finds out."
UPDATE: Also just published: Jeff Keller's review of the Olympus E-510 at DC Resource. (Thanks to Stephen Gillette for the tip.)