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Cameraphone shipments grow rapidly

Mark Peters : 2005-11-25 17:04:52
Cameraphone shipments grow rapidly : InfoTrends/CAP Ventures’ latest camera phone and photo messaging forecast shows worldwide camera phone shipments continuing on a strong growth trajectory, climbing from 370 million units in 2005 to 847 million units in 2009. As an increasing number of users acquire and experiment with camera phones, the volume of images captured, shared, and printed is projected to rise, producing additional revenue for wireless carriers and digital photofinishers alike. InfoTrends/CAP Ventures forecast reveals a 43% CAGR in worldwide camera phone prints between 2005 and 2009, and a more than doubling of photo messaging revenue growth over the same period.


US online photo services are growing

Mark Peters : 2005-11-08 10:56:06
US online photo services are growing : InfoTrends / CAP Ventures’ online photo services report finds that 29% of US internet users are now online photo service members, representing an increase of 12% over 2004. Pureplay online photo services, dot-coms, dominate the online print market. About 78% of online photo service members belong to a pureplay site like Kodak EasyShare Gallery, while just 14% are members of a retail online photo service like Walmart.com. Today, pureplay online photo services members are more motivated to share their digital photos, while retail online users are more motivated to print. Nevertheless, changing market dynamics could shake up the status quo of the online photo services market.


Workflow Professional Photographer changes fast

Mark Peters : 2005-10-24 03:03:03
Workflow Professional Photographer changes fast : Recent InfoTrends/CAP Ventures surveys of the professional photography market show an industry in transition. The switch to digital has already transpired, with nearly 80% of pros owning a digital SLR and 52% planning to purchase a new one within a year. The immediacy of the digital format has clearly made an impact. The new challenge for pro photographers is to find a way to leverage new technologies, software, and services to grow their businesses. Survey results show that professional photographers across all specialties are taking a large number of shots - 482 per week on average for digital camera users.The majority of these images are saved to a PC and nearly 65% are edited.


InfoTrends Western Europe largest camera market

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-22 19:10:00
InfoTrends Western Europe largest camera market : Digital camera unit sales reached 22.5 million units in Western Europe in 2004 and the market is expected to grow by 32% in 2005, reaching 29.8 million units by year end. Although average selling prices for digital cameras declined in 2004, revenues increased by a staggering 42%. Revenues are expected to continue to increase by 29% in 2005 to total just over €10 billion. This makes Western Europe the largest digital camera market worldwide in terms of units sold and revenue. Household penetration of digital cameras remains quite low, reaching 26% in 2004. First time buyers dominated the market, representing 85% of all digital camera purchases.


Rising demand for retail photo printing expected

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-08-06 17:00:53
Rising demand for retail photo printing expected : Although sales of photo kiosks and digital minilabs were down slightly in 2004, the number of people printing at retail is up, driving further growth in retail digital print volumes. 2004 represented a gap year in terms of equipment sales, as the market absorbed the heavy installations in 2003 when major chain photofinishers sought to equip all their stores with digital labs and photo kiosks. Nevertheless, growth is up again in 2005, as many of the mid- and low-volume retailers that were not quite ready to invest in new hardware during 2004 are now coming on board. According to InfoTrends/CAP Ventures’ new forecast report, sales of photo kiosks are projected to grow by 9% in 2005.


Digital camera shipments sets new record in 2005

Mark Peters : 2005-07-18 17:00:00
Digital camera shipments sets new record in 2005 : The North American digital camera market hit another high point in terms of unit shipments for 2004, growing 27% over 2003 to reach 22.2 million cameras shipped. The market is expected to grow again to reach 26 million cameras in 2005, at a slower pace of 16%. The market will peak in 2006 when it reaches just under 28 million cameras, and will begin to decline thereafter. Slowing growth of digital camera shipments is a natural result of what is a maturing market. As household penetration for digital cameras hit 42% in 2004 and is expected to reach 55% in 2005, the market was largely fueled by first-time buyers for its first decade of existence will increasingly rely on return buyers.


InfoTrends shows growth or decline of print market

Mark Peters : 2005-06-25 16:30:00
InfoTrends shows growth or decline of print market : According to new report from InfoTrends/CAP Ventures, the U.S. digital photo printing market could easily be in decline by 2010 unless vendors and market conditions change course. The study examines significant changes that will occur, such as a continued decline in film prints, a shift to printing digital photos outside the home, and the growth of camera phones as a photo source. This may come as a surprise to those that have witnessed such astounding growth in digital photography. Recent forecasts show that U.S. consumer digital camera penetration will reach 55% and shipments of around 25 million in 2005, growing to 81% and about 21 million units shipped in 2010.


InfoTrends worldwide scanner market stabilizes

Mark Peters : 2005-06-20 00:00:00
InfoTrends worldwide scanner market stabilizes : The worldwide mass scanner market continues to evolve as digital imaging vendors vie for consumer mindshare. Today’s challenge is to continue differentiating single-function scanners from low-cost, multifunctional, inkjet based all-in-one devices. The combined functionality and rock-bottom price points offered by all-in-one vendors have recently made the price/performance of single-function scanners less attractive to prospective buyers, particularly in North America. The adoption of digital cameras in North America has also shifted the predominant use of scanners away from capturing and sharing photos.






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