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 a6000 is a midrange mirrorless camera that replaces the NEX-6. It features a 24 Mp sensor, an ultra fast autofocus (Sony says it's the world's fastest), Wi-Fi, NFC, HDMI output and a 3" LCD and an SVGA (800x600) OLED EVF.
The a6000 will ship in April for $800.
SVGA (800x600) OLED EVF
Nikon's AW120 is a rugged, shockproof, waterproof and cold resistant compact digital camera that features a 16 mp sensor, 5X zoom, GPS, Wi-Fi, Full-HD video and a 3" 921k-dot OLED display.
3" 921k-dots AMOLED
The DMC-GH4 is Panasonic's 2014 flagship micro four thirds camera that can shoot 4K videos with a new Venus Engine IX processor. This 16mp camera has two OLED displays - a 3" 1.04M dot fully-articulating display and an OLED EVF (with over 2 million dots). Other features include Wi-Fi and NFC.
Panasonic did not yet reveal the price or availability of the GH4.
3" AMOLED display and an OLED EVF
Fujifilm's X-T1 is a compact weatherproof DSLR camera that features an X-Mount, a 16.3 MP sensor, a 3" tilting LCD and a fast EXR processor (0.5 seconds start-up time, 0.05-second shutter lag and 0.5 second shooting interval). The X-T1 has an OLED EVF (2.36 million dots).
OLED microdisplay (2.36 million dots)
Sony's A7 is the world's first full-frame (24.3 mp) mirrorless camera. The A7 sports an XGA (1024x768) OLED EVF and a 3" LCD. Other features include Full-HD 60fp video, HDMI output (with support for 4K images). The A7R flagship model uses a 36.3 mp sensor without a low-pass filter.
XGA OLED EVF (1024x768)