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CMOS and CCD image sensor report


Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-14 23:40:00
CMOS and CCD image sensor report : ‘Image Sensors 2005 Report’ provides a review of the 2004 market for image sensors, as Well as Annual Forecast Numbers Through 2009. Research and Markets has announced the addition of Image Sensors 2005: Camera Phones Drive CMOS Past CCDs in 2004 to their offering. The image sensor market has continued to show sharp growth over the past year. CMOS sensors have ridden the camera phone wave to surpass CCDs in 2004. Camera phones shipped well over three times the volume of the next most successful image sensor application, digital still cameras. CMOS sensors have also been successful in low-end digital still cameras and web cameras.


Battery market in the United States declines


Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-14 10:50:00
Battery market in the United States declines : The overall batteries market has seen substantial growth since 2002, yet sales through FDM fell during 2002-2005. An expanding portable digital device market is the biggest new driver of battery sales, particularly MP3 players and digital cameras, both of which are high-drain devices. Another aspect of the market is the divide between higher-priced, new technology batteries, such as rechargeables, alkaline, or lithium, and value-priced "heavy duty" or "super heavy duty" batteries. Evidence of the effect of lower priced batteries is reflected in the 9% decline in dollar sales of batteries from 2002-2005 through FDM while unit sales increased 1%. This trend may be reduced by a price hike.


Digital Still Camera Market 2005 slow growth


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-27 01:01:08
Digital Still Camera Market 2005 slow growth : Research and Markets has announced the addition of The Worldwide Digital Still Camera Market, 2006 to their offering. The global Digital Still Camera (DSC) market has posted slow growth in 2005, mainly attributed to the high household penetration of DSC in key regional markets and falling replacement demand among consumers. Although digital still cameras are moving toward higher resolutions and lighter, slimmer designs, resolution upgrades have slowed down with the mainstream specification remaining at 5 Megapixels. New industrial designs and additional features such as shockproof, waterproof, and Wi-Fi functionality, have become available.


China produces 24% of consumer electronics


Jasper Huitink : 2005-10-04 21:45:00
China produces 24% of consumer electronics : Research and Markets has announced the addition of World Electronic Industry: European Market and Production 2004 - 2009 to their offering. The recent evolution of the world electronics markets has confirmed the major trends that had appeared by the end of 2003: Over 60 percent of consumer electronic output now consists of mass-market products. This enables a fast penetration of new products worldwide, reducing the time between introduction and saturation, and increasing the need for continuous innovation. In the opinion of Research & Markets mass-market products and professional products are two very different segments.


Camera market in Asia grows strongly


Jasper Huitink : 2005-10-03 20:50:00
Camera market in Asia grows strongly : Research and Markets has announced the addition of Smile! Camera Market in Asia Grows Strongly, Country by Country to their offering While the Japanese market and its vendors continue dominance in the Asian Digital Camera market today, there are a number of markets and vendors in this region, that bear close scrutiny. By the end of 2009, camera shipments in China will close in on those of Japan. China and Japan will jointly have close to 60% of the total regional market's unit share. The Asian camera market is expected to continue growing to represent more than 30 percent of the global market. Unit shipments are expected to reach 54.33 million in 2009, giving a revenue number of $7254.9 million.


Research and Markets: Digital cameras and imaging


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-08-07 10:00:00
Research and Markets Digital cameras and imaging : Research and Markets has announced the addition of Digital Cameras and Imaging: Analysis and Forecasts to their offering. Taking pictures, editing photos, and sharing images with friends and family have never been this easy, thanks to the permeation of digital cameras and imaging solutions and services. This report offers a holistic picture of the entire digital imaging ecosystem, focusing on the hardware, software, and services that fulfill the imaging needs of consumers. It is a must-read report for camera manufacturers and retailers, imaging software venders, and photo service providers, as well as potential entrants for this space.






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