The electronic viewfinder has long been the poor cousin to the optical viewfinder — sticking a small, pixelated screen against your eye has never really compared with the perfect visually fidelity provided by an SLR's viewfinder. But now the French company MicroOLED has announced a new display that's promising an astonishing 5.4-megapixels in just 0.61-inches. There are, of course, a few caveats. That insanely high 2560x2048 resolution is only with the greyscale version, and if you want 16 million colors, you're saddled with SXGA (1280x1024). That's still plenty powerful, though, and beyond Sony's current 1024x768 EVFs that you see on the likes of the NEX-7.