Agency: Global supply of digital cameras fell 27% in February to 490,000 units

2022-09-11 0 By

Nikkei China, April 2 — CIPA announced on April 1 that the global supply of digital cameras decreased by 27% year-on-year to 490,000 units in February 2022.The decline worsened from 9 percent in January due to the negative impact of COVID-19 and chip shortage.Deliveries fell 9.4% to 32.3 billion yen.By region, supply plunged 33 percent in Europe, 27 percent in The Americas, and 19.5 percent in Japan.China saw the smallest drop at 3.1 percent.According to the model, card machine and other lenses maintain a shrinking trend, reduced by 43.3%.Microsingle cameras, which are actively developed by camera makers, fell 10.9 percent.A decrease of 3.4% in dollar terms.