Vitaly from Personal View (Click here) analyzed the CIPA data (pdf here). He highlighted in red where the sales shrinked and in green where there was a growth. As you can see oversea sales (means outside Japan) shrinked in all camera segments (from compact camera to DSLR to mirrorless). And mirrorless sales are doing worse than DSLR.
Europe: Almost half of cameras were sold compared to the previous period. While the DSLR sales had a minus 10% only.
USA: Around 30% less mirrorless cameras sold while DSLR had a negligible 3-4% loss only.
Question: Is the mirrorless hype over? What has to be done to bring mirrorless cameras back to success?