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Articulating screen

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An articulating screen in the Olympus E-620.
An articulating screen in the Olympus E-620.

An articulating screen is a liquid-crystal display (LCD) which is not fixed, but rather can be repositioned using a hinge or pivot. The articulating screen is known under different other names such as flip-out screen, flip screen, adjustable screen, articulated screen, or hinged screen. According to the way it moves, there are three main types:

  1. The LCD moves around one axis, so that it only tilts. It is called tilting screen or tiltable screen.
  2. The LCD moves around two axes which are at a right angle to each other, so that the screen both tilts and swivels. This type is called swivel screen. Other names for this type are vari-angle screen, fully articulated screen, fully articulating screen, rotating screen, multi-angle screen, variable angle screen, flip-out-and-twist screen, twist-and-tilt screen and swing-and-tilt screen.
  3. The LCD moves into a variety of angles; it tilts horizontally and vertically and also rotates to a certain extent while staying aligned with the lens axis. It still can not be turned all the way up, down or to the side to be seen from the front of the camera for self-portraits. This type of articulating screen is called cross-tilt screen, flexible-tilt screen or flex-tilt screen.

Articulating screens are used in a variety of electronic devices such as laptops, camcorders, digital cameras, desk phones, mobile phones, DVD players and others; also TV screens and computer monitors can be articulating screens.

This article focuses on digital photography, where an articulating screen allows convenient or unobtrusive shooting from various perspectives.

Digital cameras with a tilting screen

The tilting screens of camera models marked with an asterisk (*) here below can be tilted by 180 degrees or close to it so that they may be used to take self portraits more easily.

Canon

Casio

  • Exilim EX-ZR1000(*) (2012)
  • Exilim EX-ZR1100/Exilim EX-ZR1200(*) (2013)
  • Exilim EX-10(*) (2013)
  • Exilim EX-100(*) (2014)
  • Exilim EX-ZR1300/Exilim EX-ZR1500(*) (2014)
  • Exilim EX-ZR50(*) (2014)
  • Exilim EX-FC500S(*) (2014)
  • Exilim EX-ZR1600 / Exilim EX-ZR2000(*) (2015)
  • Exilim EX-ZR3000 / Exilim EX-ZR3500(*) (2015)
  • Exilim EX-ZR60(*) (2015)

Fujifilm

JVC

  • GC-PX10[1](*) (2011)

Kodak

Konica Minolta

Lytro

  • Illium (2014)

Medion

  • Life P44034 (MD 86934)(*) (2014)

Minolta

Nikon

Olympus

Panasonic

Pentax

  • Optio 230 (2002)
  • Optio 330GS (2002)
  • X-5 (2012)
  • MX-1 (2013)
  • 645Z (2014)
  • 645Z-IR (2015)
  • KP (2017)

Praktica

  • Luxmedia 18-Z36C (2012)

Rollei

  • Powerflex 360 (2012)
  • Powerflex 850(*) (2014)

Samsung

Sony

Vivikai

  • DC-1550(*) (2011)

Vivitar (ViviCam iTwist series)

  • 5028(*) (2010)
  • X018(*) (2010)
  • 7028(*) (2010)
  • X028(*) (2010)
  • T126(*) (2011)
  • F129(*) (2011)
  • F536(*) (2011)
  • T028(*) (2012)
  • X014(*) (2012)
  • T022(*) (2012)
  • F124(*) (2012)

Digital cameras with a swivel screen

BenQ

  • G1 (2012)

Canon

Casio

  • EX-P505 (2005)
  • Exilim TRYX/EX-TR100 (2011)
  • EX-TR150 (2012)
  • EX-TR200 (2012)
  • EX-TR10 (2013)
  • EX-TR15 (2013)
  • EX-TR35 (2014)
  • EX-TR50/EX-TR500 (2014)

Fujifilm

Kodak

  • EasyShare-One (2005)
  • Pixpro AZ651 (2014)

Konica Minolta

  • DiMAGE A200 (2004)

Leica

  • V-Lux 2 (2010)
  • V-Lux 3 (2011)
  • V-Lux 4 (2012)
  • V-Lux Typ 114 (2014)
  • V-Lux 5 (2019)

Nikon

Olympus

Panasonic

Pentax

  • Optio 750Z (2004)
  • K-S2 (2015)
  • K-70 (2016)

Protax

  • DC600 (2010)
  • D3000 (2013)

Ricoh

  • RDC-7 (2000)
  • RDC-i700 (2000)
  • RDC-i500 (2001)
  • Caplio RR-1 (2001)

Samsung

  • Digimax V40 (2004)
  • Digimax V50 (2004)
  • Digimax V60 (2004)
  • Digimax V70 (2004)
  • TL500/EX1 (2010)
  • NX20 (2012)
  • EX2F (2012)
  • NX30 (2014)

Sony

Vivikai

  • DC600 (2010)

Digital cameras with a cross-tilt screen

Pentax

Accessories

Aftermarket products are available which can be fitted to static screen cameras. These reflect the screen image, or capture and duplicate the image.[2][3]

See also

References

This page was last edited on 17 February 2021, at 04:11
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