Worldwide demand for digital cameras reached 49.3m units in 2014, representing a 33% year-on-year decline. However, the value of the market witnessed a less severe fall, reaching $12.7 billion at trade (-27% year-on-year). The shift towards high end cameras resulted in average camera prices rising 10% to $257 in 2014 and prices are set to continue rising throughout the forecast period.
This Futuresource report provides a detailed assessment of the Worldwide Digital Camera market, with segmentations across 30 regions/ countries. It profiles Western and Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa, in terms of volume and value shipments, with projections out to 2019, segmented by type of camera including Fixed Lens, Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) and Compact System Camera (CSC).
This 47 page PowerPoint report is accompanied by a detailed Excel spreadsheet which segments key regions by individual countries.