Kodak launches camera with OLED display

March 5, 2003 — Eastman Kodak Co. is releasing what it calls the world’s first digital camera with an organic light emitting diode (OLED) display.

The EasyShare LS633, which will be commercially launched next month for about $400, features a 2.2-inch OLED display. Made of nanostructured polymer films, OLED screens emit their own light and are lighter, smaller and more energy efficient than conventional liquid crystal displays.

Kodak already is producing OLED color screens with Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. Commercial applications include car stereos and mobile phones.


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