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Germany and U.K. biggest digital camera markets

Mark Peters : 2005-05-20 13:45:00
InfoTrends CAP Ventures : Western European Digital Photography Study Reveals Strong Regional Differences in Digital Camera and Print Behaviour. Germany and the U.K. are the most mature digital camera markets in Europe, according to a new study that details European digital camera and printing behaviour. Although Europe is still in the early adopter stage of the digital camera market, significant growth is expected in 2005, with household penetration expected to reach 40% by the end 2005. Replacement cameras are helping to drive the market. European consumers are paying premium prices for replacement and additional digital cameras to obtain the brands and features they desire, which is good news for camera manufacturers.


Home photo printer market booming

Mark Peters : 2005-05-10 07:30:00
Home photo printer market booming : A 39% surge in photo printer shipments in 2004 drove an 8% increase in the overall home printer market, according to a new report from InfoTrends/CAP Ventures. Additionally, the photo printer category as a whole hit $1.5 billion in 2004, experiencing a 33% revenue growth over 2003. "The digital camera revolution has ignited demand for better home photo printing solutions," said Ed Lee, director of the Photo Printing Trends service at InfoTrends/CAP Ventures. "Vendors have seized on the opportunity by rolling out a succession of new photo printing features, spawning upgrades that are meeting consumer needs and invigorating the stagnant printer market."


900 million Camera Phones shipments by 2009

Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-17 00:00:02
InfoTrends/CAP Ventures projects that worldwide camera phone shipments will grow from 178 million units in 2004 to over 860 million units in 2009. By 2009, camera phones are expected to account for 89% of all mobile phone handsets shipped. Primary drivers behind this explosion are improvements in imaging functions (i.e. image sensors, zoom, auto focus); rapid declines in prices for this functionality; higher-speed wireless bandwidth; and easier-to-use handsets, services, and peripherals. InfoTrends/CAP Ventures' new multi-client study entitled Mobile Imaging: Technology Trends, Consumer Behavior, and Business Strategies explores this explosive market.






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