The type of sensor used for the display at the back of the digital camera or in the viewfinder (if it uses a digital display vs optical) will typically be an LCD (liquid crystal display) but some cameras also use OLED (organic light emitting diode). OLED provides some advantages over LCDs: it does not require a backlight as it is self illuminating, it can be made thinner, uses less power and produces less heat, has better contrast and produces deep black, and finally it has wider viewing angles. That being said it also has several disadvantages: it burns out faster, is not as visible in bright sunlight and can suffer from screen burn-in. Both makers of OLED and LCD technology are in a technology race producing better and better displays the new AMOLED and IPS-LCDs produce brilliant images that anyone would be happy with. For most the users the size of your display screen and its resolution will be more important consideration as with each new camera iteration manufacturers are integrating the best display components.

Largest and Highest Resolution OLED Cameras

The following are the digicams largest and resolution OLED displays

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Largest and Highest Resolution LCD Cameras

The following are the digicams with largest and resolution LCD displays

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 IV
from $1,598
Aperture Wide aperture Help
f/2.4
Screen resolution High resolution screen Help
1,440k dots
Autofocus Phase detection autofocus Help
fast and accurate

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VI
from $1,179
Autofocus Phase detection autofocus Help
fast and accurate
Built-in flash Built-in flash Help
Usually standard
Aperture Wide aperture Help
f/2.8

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Leica C-Lux
from $999
Light sensitivity High ISO Help
25,600 ISO
Built-in flash Built-in flash Help
Usually standard
Screen resolution High resolution screen Help
1,240k dots

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VA
from $898
Aperture Wide aperture Help
f/1.8
Built-in flash Built-in flash Help
Usually standard
Autofocus Phase detection autofocus Help
fast and accurate

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