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Camera phone sales drive image sensor market
Nic Rossmüller : October 27th 2006 - 08:00 CET
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In-StatCamera phone sales drive image sensor market : In 2005, the image sensor market continued its strong growth, spurred by the booming camera phone market, reports In-Stat. Camera phones comprised over 70% of all digital cameras that shipped in 2005, and the vast majority of these devices used Complimentary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) sensors, the high-tech market research firm says. Because of the strength of the camera phone market, overall area CMOS image sensor shipments exceeded area CCD shipments by nearly a factor of three in 2005. This gap will continue to widen through 2010. "CMOS will continue to flourish, due to its popularity in camera phones, web cameras, and toy cameras," says Brian O'Rourke, In-Stat analyst.
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"CCDs will continue to thrive in markets such as digital still cameras, camcorders, and security cameras." The research, "Image Sensors 2006: CMOS Sensors Outship CCDs," covers the market for all types of image sensors, including CCDs, CMOS image sensors, and Contact Image Sensors (CIS). It provides a complete review of the 2005 market for image sensors, as well as annual forecast numbers through 2010. CCD, CMOS, and CIS market shares for each application, in both units and revenues, are provided annually for the entire forecast period. Profiles of the world's leading image sensor suppliers are also presented.

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