Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Cell phones account for 9% of primary still-image captures

The digital-imaging industry continues to thrive with more image and video devices in the hands of consumers than ever before. CEA's Digital Imaging Study Update: Sharing and Storing Photos and Video II, found that cell phones account for 9% of primary still-image captures, which is more than double the 2005 rate. Among consumers who classify their cell phone as their primary image-capture device, 47 percent also own a digital camera. The study also found that the digital-camera category is nearing maturity and will soon heavily rely on customer upgrades. The study is available free to CEA members or for purchase on"

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