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Document scanner sales survey from InfoTrends

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-08-20 21:04:00
Document scanner sales survey from InfoTrends : According to a new forecast report released by InfoTrends, shipments of document-class scanners have grown at a rate of over 50% for the third straight year. Workgroup scanners represent the largest segment of the market, with shipments rising 75% between 2004 and 2005. Departmental scanners are beginning to see some impressive growth due to lower price points and innovative features. Nevertheless, this segment faces serious potential challenges from increased feature sets in the Workgroup segment as well as improving multifunctional peripheral (MFP) solutions. There is continual interest in MFPs and how they compete against single-function document scanners.


Online photo print solution survey from InfoTrends

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-08-01 12:06:00
Online photo print solution survey from InfoTrends : According to a recent InfoTrends survey of 1,743 Internet users in Western Europe, almost 75% of respondents owned a digital camera. Most respondents printed some photos, but only a fraction printed more than 20 per month. More than half of the respondents most often printed at home, while retail was the second most popular printing location. "One of the most surprising findings of this survey was the loyalty levels. Nevertheless, photo print volumes are shifting towards retail locations and online photo services as awareness increases," commented Mette Eriksen, a Consultant for InfoTrends. "We discovered that preferred print location depends on the size of the print job.”


Photo printing solution study from InfoTrends

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-07-23 09:33:00
Photo printing solution study from InfoTrends : A recent InfoTrends study shows that the percentage of digital camera owners who print at home declined by 10% between 2004 and 2006. Meanwhile, 31% of digital camera owners who print their photos have used retail locations, reflecting an increase of 22% over the past two years. Nevertheless, the home remains the most popular printing location and the majority of users still assign it the most positive attributes. Home printing is perceived as more affordable, more convenient, faster, and easier than other printing methods. Although consumers are still mainly printing at home, the number of those who do so decreases every year due to the gaining popularity of online photo services.


34% of USA digital camera owners are repeat buyers

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-17 21:22:00
34% of USA digital camera owners are repeat buyers : According to consumer survey research conducted by InfoTrends, 34% of U.S. digital camera owners are repeat buyers, representing an increase of 10% over the previous year. In addition, 20% of digital camera owners surveyed were planning to purchase another digital camera within the next year. Today, digital camera owners who have more than one digital camera tend to be more technology-savvy. In many cases, they have replaced or supplemented their original digital camera, so their behaviors are more reflective of the early adopters. A significantly higher percentage of these consumers own CE devices like portable music players, Plasma televisions and DVD burners.


Camera feature popular application on mobile phones

Mark Peters : 2006-04-26 14:08:00
Camera function popular application on mobile phones : According to recent research by InfoTrends, the camera is the most popular mobile application. Although consumers may not be purchasing phones initially for their imaging components, it seems that once they try the digital camera feature, they are pleasantly surprised by its utility. Of course, as digital cameras on cell phones become more widely available, the function is graduating from a special feature to one of a list of product specifications. InfoTrends' data shows that 29% of USA Internet users now have a camera phone, up from 18% in June of 2005. As the market moves towards an early majority phase, behaviors will change accordingly.


InfoTrends shows growth retail photo print service

Jennifer Pricet : 2006-04-16 22:21:00
InfoTrends shows growth of retail print service : According to a recent study from InfoTrends, the use of retail photo printing services continues to grow. Retail services might involve ordering prints from a photo kiosk print station, ordering them over-the-counter at a retail store, or placing an order through a retailer's online site for pickup in the store. The study confirms that digital camera owners continue to use multiple sources for obtaining prints, but more people are shifting to retail. While only 13% of digital camera owners reported printing at retail most often during 2004 and 23% in 2005.Digital camera owners believe that printing at retail generates high-quality prints and is also a good way to obtain large orders.


Digital Camera Market expected to grow again

Mark Peters : 2006-03-21 21:28:21
Digital Camera Market expected to grow again : According to a new study from InfoTrends, the worldwide digital camera market continues to demonstrate a strong year-over-year unit growth rate. 2006 sales are expected to reach nearly 89 million units, representing a 15% increase over 2005. Even though worldwide unt and revenue figures are on the rise, shipments are expected to peak soon in North America and Western Europe. Growth in the Asia-Pacific region, Eastern Europe, and Latin America will offset these declines and continue to drive growth through 2010. In fact, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to become the leading region for digital cameras by the end of the forecast period.


Changes in the Digital Photography Market for 2006

Mark Peters : 2006-02-22 04:05:00
Changes in the Digital Photography Market for 2006 : InfoTrends kicks off each year with a look at the top trends that will shape the digital photography market over the course of the year. Among the new trends, InfoTrends finds that digital camera shipments will peak this year in North America. The question remains - what's next for digital camera companies? Repeat digital camera buyers will play a much bigger role in the digital still camera market in the near future, and at the high end, continued growth will be evident in the digital single lens reflex market space. InfoTrends expects to see a continued industry shakeout, with the remaining players seeking opportunities beyond the point of image capture.






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