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CP+ 2013 Camera & Imaging Show
Mark Peters : December 19th 2012 - 20:00 CET
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CIPA2013 CP+ Camera & Imaging Show : The Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA) will hold the CP+2013 Camera & Imaging Show from Thursday January 31 to Sunday February 3 at the convention center in Japan located in the western region of Minato Mirai Nishi-ku Yokohama. The history of CP+ stretches back more than 50 years, tracing its origins to the first Japan Camera Show. This year marks the fourth year since the venue moved to Yokohama, a bustling international hub and one of the largest cities in Japan. As a new development at CP+ 2013, we will have video-related events and the "Video Area for Professionals", a new addition where we present a full range of video solutions for digital SLR cameras.

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The CP+ Camera & Imaging Show has grown into one of the largest comprehensive camera and imaging shows in Asia. Every year more families and women come, as well as business users, and the CP+ 2012 event was attended by 65.000 people and enabled the world premiere of 55 digital cameras. There are expected to be even more camera announcements at CP+ 2013 Show in Japan. Japan is an international leader in the photography and imaging business. Japanese manufacturers command approximately 80% of the global market for digital cameras, and more than 99% of the market for interchangeable lens cameras.

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Camera & Imaging Show
Taking advantage of Japan’s position as the center of the photo and imaging industry, CP+ 2013 acts as a launch pad for presenting the world with the latest information on a wide range of areas in the industry, from the initial input of data to its final output. This marks the third year for Photo Yokohama, an event put on by Yokohama City that merges industry and culture through photography. And the event grows even larger this year. This time around, especially, will see citywide involvement with CP+ and Photo Yokohama, in large part through coordination with the Yokohama Museum of Art’s "Two Photographers: Robert Capa Centennial and Gerda Taro Retrospective" exhibit, and the event will continue to accelerate the further development of photo and video culture in the years to come.

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