A bad start CIPA announces camera sales for the first month of 2020
Recently, CIPA announced the camera sales data for January 2020. Judging from the chart, it is unsurprisingly that the decline continues-whether it is an interchangeable lens camera or a non-interchangeable lens camera, there is a larger decline. Foreign media said that it has never seen such a low sales data since 2012. Taking mirrorless cameras as an example, its sales have dropped by 11% and sales have also dropped by 19%.
camera sales in the first month of 2020 shown by CIPA
Obviously, part of the reason for such a bad answer will be attributed to the raging new crown virus epidemic, which not only affects consumer consumption, At the same time, it also caused a lot of trouble to the production of upstream manufacturers. Sony said earlier that the new crown epidemic may have a major impact on its sensor business.
Editor’s point of view
may have a bad start and may be able to start later, but obviously this year’s sales data may not rise so easily. Foreign media even guessed whether there will be a camera. Manufacturers submerged in a sluggish market?
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