A display device built into many remote controls. Some remotes may include a small LCD screen that displays mode or programming information, while other remotes may be completely built around a large touchscreen featuring changeable buttons. LCD types include dot-matrix, which can be configured to display any text or graphics, and etched, which can only display what the designers intended it to. The majority of LCD panels are backlit. See also: soft buttons, backlight, active matrix, passive matrix, contrast, ambient light, DPI.
This flip-out screen provides a large, viewing area as an alternative to the viewfinder. It lets you better see where you're going and what you're recording. Most LCDs swing and rotate to allow viewing from different angles and positions. Most Camcorder LCDs range from 2.5 to 4 inches in diagonal size.
A liquid crystal display consists of two plates of glass with liquid crystal material between them. The screen does not generate light but rather modulates it. LCD screens are the viewing screens found on many VOCAS.
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is the small screen on a digital camera used to view an image you have taken. Use this screen for viewing and editing images. Some models also use this screen for a menu of camera options.
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LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. It is the screen that is found on the back of many digital cameras, which allows photographers to preview, review, and interface with some of the camera's controls.
Portable computers do not have room for a bulky monitor. Instead, they often use an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screen. There are three types of LCD screen available: monochrome, DSTN (Double Super Twisted Nematic) colour and TFT (Thin Film Transistor) colour. Monochrome screens have a thin light source behind the screen that glows. This is the cheapest type of LCD screen available for laptop PCs and provides a reasonable display. The two-colour LCD screens are now a standard feature of laptops. DSTN screens are cheaper but do not have such good colour as TFT screen. Colour TFT screens are often brighter and sharper than monitors for desktop PCs.
Liquid Crystal Display screens have low energy requirements and are generally easy to read. LCD screens are made by sealing a liquid compound between two pieces of glass and/or a filter. The screen has hundreds or thousands of dots that are charged or not charged which make them reflect or not reflect light to form letters, characters and numbers. Some LCD screens have an electroluminescent panel behind them and are termed "backlit."
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Liquid Crystal Display screen found on many digital cameras that allows previewing or reviewing of images. The screen also serves as a monitor for the interface of some camera controls. Different types exist: TFT (Thin Film Transistor) and DSTN (Double Super Twisted Nemantic) are the most common. The TFT screen is brighter and has superior colour and contrast to the DSTN. However, TFT consumes more electricity than DSTN.
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is the small screen on the rear of many digital cameras. The LCD is used as a viewfinder, to compose images and to check images after exposure. You can use the LCD for viewing and editing images. Some models also use the LCD screen for displaying a menu of camera options.
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Liquid crystal display screens are used on most types of modern cameras to display settings exposure information and a frame counter. Better digital cameras have colour LCD screens; like 'mini TVs'; that you can use to preview the pictures you've just taken or as a 'live' viewfinder to compose your pictures.