Samsung today announced that it has developed the world’s first 3-inch 640 x 480 LCD display for digital cameras. It offers 260,000 colors, 350:1 contrast ratio, and 300 cd/m2 brightness. Production begins Q1, 2007.

DSC support means it’s capable of connecting using the ITU-R601 standard, a 30Hz system chosen by camera makers even though, in Samsung’s words, it’s “incompatible with LCDs, which normally run at 60Hz”

[via RegHardware]

Samsung today announced that it has developed the world’s first 3-inch 640 x 480 LCD display for digital cameras. It offers 260,000 colors, 350:1 contrast ratio, and 300 cd/m2 brightness. Production begins Q1, 2007.

DSC support means it’s capable of connecting using the ITU-R601 standard, a 30Hz system chosen by camera makers even though, in Samsung’s words, it’s “incompatible with LCDs, which normally run at 60Hz”

[via RegHardware]