French microdisplay specialist MicroOLED has released a new panel with a 5.4 million pixel density, no spacing between pixels and 96 percent uniformity.
The new microdisplay comes in both 16 million color SXGA (1280 x 1024 pixels) and monochrome (2560 by 2048 pixels) formats, has a 100,000:1 contrast ratio and can be driven with as little as 0.2W of power
Digital camera technology has just taken a huge leap forward with the development of a microdisplay panel that's millions of pixels beyond what is currently used in the highly detailed electronic viewfinders of Fujifilm's most recent X-series cameras (X-S1/X-Pro1), and more than double the panels in Sony's latest alpha and NEX cameras. MicroOLED's new bright and detailed, low power OLED panel has been viewed by a number of industry pundits as the final nail in the coffin of the optical viewfinder.
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