Change of Market Share between 2006 and 2008.

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This graphs shows the Market Share variations between 2006 and 2008. The first thing you note is that Canon lost a lot of terrain. Sony and Nikon are doing very well. Olympus loosed 1% Marketshare and Panasonic gained 1%.

I believe Olympus and Panasonic will both gain a little Market Share in 2009 and 2010. Things are may getting worse for Pentax and Canon. And 2010 could be a successfully year for Sony.

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  • http://www.harold-glit.com Harold Glit

    First off , the chart should be named clearly to explain that this only shows DSLR sales ….and no compacts

    The fact that it is market shares in a growing market , meaning that each brand listed sold more cameras in 2008 than in 2006. that should also be kept in mind
    Harold

  • yoshitoshi

    i’m one of those jumping the canon ship :)

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