Epson has confirmed the full specification of its next generation electronic viewfinder (EVF), as mass production of the 1024x768-pixel LCD panel gets underway.

Aimed for use by manufacturers of ‘mid to high-end’ interchangeable-lens cameras, the Ultimicron screen measures 0.48in, diagonally, features an RGB colour filter, and boasts a total resolution of 2.36 million dots.

Epson is known to provide EVFs for the Olympus OM-D E-M5, for example.

The new EVF was first unveiled at last year’s photokina trade show in Cologne (see AP’s issue dated 20 October 2012).

Specification, as supplied by Epson:

Name

L3F04X-80300C

LCD type

TN mode, organic alignment layer

Color display system

Color filter (RGB stripe)

Effective pixels

1024 x RGB x 768 (XGA)

Panel size (diagonal)

0.48 inch (1.2 cm)

Pixel pitch

9.6 μm (3.2 x RGB) x 9.6 μm

Color space

92% of sRGB

Backlight

Yes

Surface luminance

520 cd/m2

Displayable colors

Approx. 16.77 million colors

  • Jayjay

    I wonder how will this compare to the evf of sony? 🙂