Worldwide demand for digital cameras is on course to reach 27.3m units in 2016, representing a 28% decline. The rate of decline has accelerated versus 2015 due to supply issues caused by the shortage of Sony sensors in Q2-3 2016. The value of the market at trade is set to witness a significantly lower decline and reach $8.9bn at trade (-18% year-on-year), while the average camera price is likely to rise 17% to $325 in 2016 and this trend is set to continue throughout the forecast period, due to the shift in product mix towards higher-end cameras.
This 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 2020, segmented by type of camera including Fixed Lens, Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) and Compact System Camera (CSC).