Japanese mirrorless camera sales data released in May, Sony wins first place in market share
Recently, BCN announced May micro-single sales data. The data shows that compared with the same period last year, the sales of mirrorless cameras in May 2020 increased by 38%. Although the data barely improved from April, the overall situation is still not optimistic.
In terms of market share, Sony currently accounts for 39.2% Ranked first, Olympus ranked second with 39%, and Canon ranked third with 25.8%. However, sales of Fujitsu ranked Diss dropped by 91.8%, a slight decrease compared to last year.
From the stand-alone model, Canon EOS M50 ranked first, accounting for 11.4%; second was Sony A6400, accounting for 10.5%; third It is Olympus E-M10 Mark3, accounting for 9.6%. Despite the announcement that the state of emergency has been lifted, the tourism and leisure industries are still subject to many restrictions. From this point of view, the camera market needs more time to recover.
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