Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/z7hxqx/india_digital)
has announced the addition of the “India
Digital Camera CY Q2’2013 Market” report to their offering.
India registered a Total Unit Shipment of 448,950 units in CY Q2 2013; a
slump of 10% over the previous quarter. Sony still remains the
undisputed market leader with a market share of 38% followed by Nikon
and Canon for the India Digital Camera Market.
More than 50% of the Digital Cameras fall under the price range of INR
5000-10000 for both the quarters. Cameras with GPS features experienced
a drop in unit shipments in CY Q2 2013 as compared to the previous
quarter. The India Digital Camera Market also exhibited a considerable
decline for the HDMI featured cameras from 73% in CY Q1 2013 to 66% in
CY Q2 2013 Total Unit Shipments.
Key Findings of the Quarter:
– Around 7 vendors shipped Digital Cameras.
– More than 90% of the total market share has been captured by Top three
– Sony still leads the India Digital Camera market followed by Nikon and
– Out of total Digital Cameras shipped 88% are Compact Digital Camera
whereas 12% belong to DSLR segment.
The DLSR range of Sony cameras illustrated an astounding growth of 174%
in CY Q2 2013. However, unit shipments for the Compact Digital Camera
segment of Sony witnessed a decline of 34% as compared to CY Q1 2013.
Despite the fact that Sony experienced a fall in the Total Unit
Shipments in CY Q2 2013, Sony still heads the Compact Digital Camera
market with 38% of the total market share.
Canon experienced a mercurial rise of about 82% for its Compact Digital
Camera segment in CY Q2 2013 as compared to the previous quarter.
However, the Total Unit Shipments for DSLR segment of Canon declined by
28% in CY Q2 2013 as opposed to CY Q1 2013.
The demand of DSLR segment was positively fuelled with an upsurge of
3.6% whereas the demand for Compact Digital Cameras was negatively
affected with a decline of 12% in CY Q2 2013. This increase in DSLR
segment of cameras and consequent decrease in the shipments of Compact
Digital Cameras can be well explained by the increased usage of cameras
in smart phones.
This publication will enable the end user
to enter or devise strategies to expand its presence in the digital
camera market in India by monitoring the shipments data by various types
and specifications on a regular basis. This would also allow companies
to track their competitors’ performance on a periodical basis.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/z7hxqx/india_digital.
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