• We Live in the Era of Post-Peak Camera Demand. So What's Next?

    16 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    In 2020, the global camera industry sold roughly one-eighth the number of cameras it did at its peak in 2008: 15 million units for CIPA companies versus 120 million just 12 years earlier.
    Faced with an existential crisis, camera companies had no choice but to try innovating their way out of it. Sure enough: cameras have gotten better and better - it's crazy how much better - but has it occurred to you that camera prices have risen at an even faster rate?
    Maybe not. You might argue that it's just the opposite .
    Sony's $3,000, 61-megapixel Alpha 7R IVa, for example, has almost 50% more...
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