Why don’t you need to calibrate a camera’s LCD screen?
I guess $100 cameras have cheap LCDs. What about more expensive "creative compacts" (like Coolpix P6000, Canon G11, etc.?), mirrorless and SLRs? Is the LCD of a good camera better than an average laptop LCD screen or not?
My Canon 400D display has good viewing angle so I guess it might be IPT, but on the other hand underexposed photos looks fine on the LCD to me, while they look dark on my laptop screen (and really are dark - it is not fault of the laptop screen).