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Digital cameras with OLED displays
This page lists all digital cameras with OLED displays. OLED are used as screens mostly in compact cameras, but the technology is also starting to appear in DSLRs and high-end models.
Sony's a7R II is a 42.4mp mirrorless camera with a full-frame sensor. It has several enhancements compared to previous models - such as 4K video support, faster autofocus, revised shutter mechanism and higher ISO range. The EVF uses an upgraded XGA OLED microdisplay with a double-sided aspherical lens.
Panasonic's DMC-G7 is a mid-range mirrorless camera that supports 4K video, Wi-Fi, 16 MP sensor and a maximum ISO of 25,600. The EVF uses an XGA OLED microdisplay (interestingly Panasonic says it uses 'high-speed dual OLED displays, I'm not sure what they mean by dual displays).
The DMC-7 will be available in June 2015 for $799.99 (with a 14-42 mm lens).
Fujifilm's X-T10 is an upgrade to the X-T1 - a compact weatherproof DSLR X-Mount camera. The new model features a new XGA OLED EVF that is said to be the world's fastest - with 0.005 sec delay time. The X-T1 used Sony's OLED microdisplays - so perhaps Sony updated their microdisplays, or perhaps Fujifilm switched suppliers (eMagin is one possibility as they also have an XGA display, but I don't think it is aimed for the consumer market). Other X-T10 features include a new 77-point AF system, 16.3 mp sensor and Full-HD video at 60 fps.
The X-T10 will ship in June 2015 for $799.95 (body only).
The NX1 is Samsung's flagship mirrorless camera for 2014, that can shoot UHD (4K) videos at 30 fps. It sports a 28.2 mp sensor, ISO range of 100 to 51200, Wi-Fi and NFC. The display on the back is an articulated 3" Super AMOLED and it's also got a 1024x768 (XGA) OLED viewfinder.
Fujifilm's X30 is an enthusiast premium compact digital camera with a classic design. It has a 2/3" CMSO sensor and 28-112mm (F2-F2.8) lens. It has a 3" tilting LCD display and an XGA OLED viewfinder (EVF).