Sdaniella: if it is still LED shining through LCD... then, it isn't OLED, period.OLEDs are strictly direct light transmitters although some are involved in hybrid variants with LCD (if that's what they mean). LED-LCD's have been around for quite awhile (from SONY; as in their HDTV Triluminos products in Japan many years ago (2003/5?))Are they really OLED-LCD hybrids in the EVFs of these dcams?The relatively slow response times are most likely due to the slowest component, which is the LCD portion, as OLED response times alone are 100-200+ times faster.Either way, it seems an 'all-white' OLED is preferable to triple (or quad) color OLEDs as the color durability are unequal, so the 'all white' approach is the easiest for durable consistency for minimal color degradation over time.
Its simply a white OLEDs with a colourfilter(blue, green, red)l. There is still 2.4mio OLED's, and one white OLED per subpixel.It have nothing to do with LCD-screens.http://www.sony.net/SonyInfo/News/Press/201108/11-0831CE/
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