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Nikon group by the numbers

Nikon group by the numbers: Source Related posts: Beware: stolen Nikon equipment serial numbers (UK) Missing Nikon lenses product numbers February CIPA report: DSLR cameras production has better numbers than mirrorless

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CIPA Data for February 2018 is out. Long live the DSLR

Having just posted CanonNew’s analysis and breakdown of the CIPA results, I really don’t know what to write here on Canon Rumors. If you want to really see what I say about the data, go over to CanonNews.  Shameless plug? You betcha.

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CIPA Statistics for January 2018

CIPA statistics were released for January today, and at first glance it looks like things took a turn for the worst. Total unit shipments were down across the board with only 80.6% shipping on January 2018 versus January 2017, and digital stills cameras as a whole including compacts was 71.8% of January 2017’s volume. While Read more..

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Fujifilm X-H1 OIS Compatibility Chart

Wondering how your Fujifilm lenses will work with the new X-H1 camera’s built-in stabilisation system? Wonder no more, as we’ve compiled a chart, courtesy of Fujifilm, of all the XF and XC lenses and how many stops of stabilisation they provide when mounted on the X-H1 (according to CIPA standards).

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What Happened to the Photography Industry in 2017 Infographic

Every year for the last 5 years, LensVid has released their infographic and report showing the state of the camera industry. You can now check out their report and infographic for 2017.

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Nikon mirrorless camera poll results

Here are the results from the  Nikon mirrorless camera poll : Also – the 2017 CIPA camera shipment report is out: The 2017 CIPA camera shipment report is out I will let you make your own conclusions, because you already know mine…

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The Final Camera Shipment Numbers for 2017 Are In

The final camera shipment numbers for 2017 are in and the year may show we’ve bottomed out in total shipments. 2017 saw an increase in total camera shipments, though 2016 was affected by the Kumamoto earthquake which caused supply chain issues for a lot of manufacturers

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CIPA Figures Show Disappointing Sales for October

CIPA has released its camera sales statistics for October 2017, and the numbers may be a disappointment to some companies.

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Latest CIPA Numbers See Increase in ILC Shipments in April

CIPA has released their camera sales data for April 2017, and there was a small uptick in 2017 when compared to the same month in 2016. Overall numbers are down compared to 2015, but all signs are pointing to the industry has stabilized and may see some small growth in 2017

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The latest CIPA data: 2017 is shaping up to be a good year for camera companies

Nikon is not the only camera manufacturer that is currently having problems (see the latest rumors about Panasonic and Ricoh ). The overall camera and lens markets have shrunk significantly compared to a few years ago, but the latest data shows some signs of improvement (I usually cover the monthly CIPA reports over at PhotoRumors ). Here is an analysis of the latest CIPA data by Lauchlan Toal: CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) has recently released more statistics on worldwide camera sales, and as always this has sparked a fair bit of online discussion and speculation

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