Latest or all posts or last 15, 30, 90 or 180 days.
Capacities up to 56TB and speeds up to 1527MB/s

Digital Camera Market Might be (almost) Stabilizing for ILCs

These graphs show a decline in the market for digital cameras. Graphs courtesy of CIPA. Thanks to reader Jacky G for pointing me to this data.

The ILC (interchangeable lens) digital camera market is holding up best; compare to the total shipments of all digital still cameras below, which plummeted in 2013 and shows signs of more decline in 2014.

Emerging trends like ILC cameras shooting 4K video would be interesting, but such data is not available through CIPA.

Shipments of interchangeable Lens (ILC) digital still cameras, 2012 - early 2014

Non-interchangeable lens digital cameras have been hard-hit. Presumably this is due to camera phones obliterating the low end point and shoot market (the “what’s the point of shooting one of those when my phone does it already”) market.

I would assume that high-end fixed-lens cameras are a negligible segment, e.g. Sony RX1, Ricoh GR, Sigma DP Merrill.

Shipments of all kinds of still cameras, 2012 - early 2014
B&H Deal ZoneDeals by Brand/Category/Savings
Deals expire in 4 hours unless noted. Certain deals may last longer.
$1497 SAVE $500 = 25.0% Nikon D750 DSLR in Cameras: DSLR
$2798 SAVE $400 = 12.0% Sony a7R III Mirrorless in Cameras: Mirrorless
$3498 SAVE $1000 = 22.0% Sony a9 Mirrorless in Cameras: Mirrorless
$898 SAVE $100 = 10.0% $66 FREE ITEMS Sony DSC-RX100 VA in Cameras: Point and Shoot

diglloyd Inc. | FTC Disclosure | PRIVACY POLICY | Trademarks | Terms of Use
Contact | About Lloyd Chambers | Consulting | Photo Tours
RSS Feeds | Twitter
Copyright © 2019 diglloyd Inc, all rights reserved.