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[February 09, 2014]

Global Digital Camera 2014 Market Outlook & Analysis in New Study Available at

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 09, 2014 To maximize product differentiation, Smartphone brands have been upgrading their camera modules for improved photo quality. Their efforts in advancing Smartphone photography, however, have jeopardized the global digital camera market. This is especially detrimental to the survival of entry-level and mid-range digital cameras. For this reason, digital camera brands have been repositioning their products and creating product differences in R&D, product and application designs. This report profiles the development of digital camera market, changes in form factor designs and explores product strategies of digital camera brands.

Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include: Canon, Casio, Lego, Olympus, Panasonic, Playskool, Sony.

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List of Topics covered in this research study : Development of the digital camera market, touching on several key determinant factors. Major development trends of digital camera products, evaluating product form factor design versus price. Development of major digital camera players, including Olympus, Sony, and Canon and their product strategies. Complete report is available at

Table of Contents 1. Development of the Digital Camera Market 1.1 Smartphone Photography Continues to Improve 1.2 Global Digital Camera Market Decline Slowing Down in 2014 2. Development of Digital Cameras 2.1 Forgoing Entry-level Models to Concentrating on High-end Ones 2.2 Product Differentiation 3. Development of Digital Camera Brands 3.1 Strategic Alliance Between Olympus and Sony 3.2 Canon Opens Up New Business Sector MIC Perspective Appendix List of Tables Table 1 Cameras of Smartphones Launched in 2013 and Their Specifications List of Figures Figure 1 Worldwide Digital Camera Shipment Volume, 2010 - 2014 Figure 2 Digital Camera Product Form Factor and Price Changes Browse other reports on Digital Camera: The 2011-2016 Outlook for Digital Cameras in the United States at

The 2011-2016 Outlook for Underwater Digital Cameras in Greater China at

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