Peeling the LCD from the articulating bracket reveals a PCB packed with passives.
This little circuit board is probably a breakout board for the LCD, allowing for a thinner cable from the camera.
The capacitors probably reduce noise in the display; they're clearly visible as a little cluster of dark spots in this X-ray image, courtesy of our buds at Creative Electron.
Display technology is finally close to passing its Turing test: being indistinguishable from the mirror views in high-end cameras. This leap in tech has allowed for the viability of mirrorless cameras like the A7 series.
Apple bills these as Retina displays, but since a camera's display has to be much closer to your eye, the pixels have to be that much smaller to seem invisible.
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