Not really 920,000 pixels.. :(

Started Sep 3, 2007 | Discussions thread
kevm14 Senior Member • Posts: 2,253
Hmm

Did anybody read this?

http://mcnamara.popphoto.com/the_mcnamara_report/2007/08/nikon-confusion.html#comments

"Steve Heiner, Nikon:

Difference between our new LCD and current LCD is the pixel number and filter array used.

New LCD for D3/D300 has 640x480x3 (RGB Stripe array filter) = 921,600 dots. Rounded to 920,000 dots.

Our current LCD (D2Xs) has 960x240 (Delta array filter) = 230,400 pixels. (Not 320x240x3)

Stripe filter array LCD is more expensive but suits display geometrical data better (character, CG, line).
Almost all DSC use Delta array LCD because of lower cost."

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