This page lists all digital cameras with OLED displays - used mostly in electronic view finders (OLED micro-displays as EVF) and also as the main camera display.
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Sony's a7C is an entry-level mirrorless digital camera that sports an XGA OLED Microdisplay EVF. Other features include a 24MP BSI full-frame sensor, Sony's Bionz X processor and a 'Real-time tracking' AF system with human head, face, eye, and animal recognition.
The a7C is now shipping starting at $1,799 (body only).
Fujifilm's flagship X-series camera, the X-Pro3 is a rangefinger-style digital camera that aims to recreate a film-like experience. The camera sports a 26.1 MP sensor and Fujifilm's X Processor 4. The camera has three displays - a 3" touchscreen LCD, a 1.28" color E Ink panel to show film simulation and ISO settings and an EVF with an OLED microdisplay (3.69 million sub pixels).
The X-Pro3 is now shipping, starting at $1,799 (body only).
Sony's HXR-MC88 is an entry-level Full-HD professional camcorder that features 48X zoom, fast hybrid auto-focus, built-in ND filters, a 1" Exmor RS sensor with Sony's BIONZ X processing engine, a 3.5" LCD display and an OLED EVF based on a 0.39" XGA Sony OLED Microdisplay.
Panasonic's Lumix DC-G95 (or G90 outside the US) is a high-end rugged hybrid mirrorless camera that updates the Panasonic's DC-G85. The G95 sports a 20MP sensor, a fully articulating 3-inch LCD and the same OLED EVF used in the G85 - based on an XGA OLED microdisplay with a high magnification ratio (35mm camera equivalent).
The G95 is now shipping starting at $1,199 (including the Lumix G 12-60mm F3.5-5.6 Power OIS lens).