On the r50's page (https://www.usa.canon.com/shop/p/eos-r50?color=Black&type=New) in the technical specifications, it shows the r50 has a 3.69m dot viewfinder, if you scroll up to the "precise electronic viewfinder" it says it has a 2.36m dot viewfinder. Which one is it? I am assuming it is a mistake to say 3.69m.
Not sure which one is correct, but be aware that dots can be quite misleading.
To get the actual pixel resolution, you need to divide the dot count by 3 (manufacturers that use this dot notation are literally counting each separate color component - red, green and blue).
Assuming the viewfinder is an aspect ratio of 3:2, a 3.69m dot figure would translate to around 1,360 x 900 pixels. And a 2.36m dot figure would translate to around 1,080 pixels by 720 pixels.
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