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New York, May 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Digital Cameras Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05817579/?utm_source=GNW
Built-in, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record -33.6% CAGR and reach 73.6 Thousand Units by the end of the analysis period. Taking into account the ongoing post pandemic recovery, growth in the Interchangeable segment is readjusted to a revised -27.2% CAGR for the next 8-year period.

The U.S. Market is Estimated at 851.1 Thousand Units, While China is Forecast to Grow at -27% CAGR

The Digital Cameras market in the U.S. is estimated at 851.1 Thousand Units in the year 2022. China, the world`s second largest economy, is forecast to reach a projected market size of 64.9 Thousand Units by the year 2030 trailing a CAGR of -27% over the analysis period 2022 to 2030. Among the other noteworthy geographic markets are Japan and Canada, each forecast to grow at -32.4% and -29.4% respectively over the 2022-2030 period. Within Europe, Germany is forecast to grow at approximately -31.5% CAGR.

Select Competitors (Total 21 Featured)
– Samsung Group
– Eastman Kodak Company
– Leica Camera AG
– Blackmagic Design Pty., Ltd.

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I. METHODOLOGY

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. MARKET OVERVIEW
Influencer Market Insights
World Market Trajectories
Impact of Covid-19 and a Looming Global Recession
World Economic Growth Projections (Real GDP, Annual % Change)
for 2019, 2020 & 2021
Business Climate Indicator in the Euro Area for the Period June
2019 to May 2020
COVID-19 Exacerbates Decline in Digital Camera Sales
Global Shipments of DSC in Million Units: Jan-Oct 2020
DIGITAL CAMERAS: A PRELUDE
Evolution of Digital Cameras
Digital Cameras Vs Conventional Cameras
Types Of Digital Cameras
Mirrorless Digital Cameras
Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera (DSLR)
Point-And-Shoot Cameras
DSLT cameras
Bridge (Superzoom) Cameras
Line-scan cameras
Regional Market Overview
Sony Dominates the Market
Digital Cameras – Global Key Competitors Percentage Market
Share in 2022 (E)
Market Share by Key Players
Market Share by Type
Competitive Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial for
Players Worldwide in 2022 (E)
Competition
Market Share of Leading Manufacturers of Digital Cameras by
Sales Volume: 2019
Market Share of Leading Manufacturers of Interchangeable Lens
CameraS by Sales Volume: 2019
Player Review
Recent Market Activity

2. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS

3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS
Market Moves Beyond 6K
Mirror Less Cameras Gain an Edge over DSLRs
Global Interchangeable Lens Camera Market: Percentage Share
Breakdown by SLR and Mirrorless (2012 Vs 2015 Vs 2020)
Consumer Buying Pattern Influences Sales
Key Factors Contributing to Consumer Purchase of Digital Cameras
Rising Demand for High Resolution Digital Cameras
Smartphones Weil Negative Impact on Digital Cameras
Global Market for Smartphones in Billions: 2016-2021
Smartphone Penetration Rate as Share of Total Population: 2016-
2021
Rise in Interest in Point and Shoot Cameras
Companies Come Out with Pocketable Size Cameras
Developments in Pro-Level Digital-Cinema Camera
Rise in Demand for Full-Frame Cameras
Development of Distinct Lenses
Global Interchangeable Camera Lens Market by Type: 2015 and 2020
Manufacturers Focus on Adding Advanced Capabilities to Cameras
Camera Apps Support Growth
Virtual reality Gives Boost to 360-degree Cameras
Manufacturers Leverage Enhanced and Innovative Software
High Speed Cameras Gain Ground
Novel Features Sustain Growth
Select Available Models with High-End Features
Improved Quality of Image with Other Ways than Megapixels
Video with 4K Resolution Up Demand
Manufacturers Unveil Digital Cameras with Interchanging Lenses
Computational Techniques and Artificial Intelligence in
Photography
A Peek into the Major Customer Groups
Home Consumption Still Holds Potential
Factors Hindering Growth in Digital Camera Market

4. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE
Table 1: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan,
China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and
Africa Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in
Units for Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 2: World Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe,
Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa Markets –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years
2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 3: World 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin
America, Middle East and Africa Markets for Years 2014, 2023 &
2030

Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Built-in by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China,
Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 5: World Historic Review for Built-in by Geographic
Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin
America, Middle East and Africa Markets – Independent Analysis
of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and %
CAGR

Table 6: World 16-Year Perspective for Built-in by Geographic
Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for USA,
Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America,
Middle East and Africa for Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

Table 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Interchangeable by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan,
China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and
Africa Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in
Units for Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 8: World Historic Review for Interchangeable by
Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe,
Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa Markets –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years
2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 9: World 16-Year Perspective for Interchangeable by
Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin
America, Middle East and Africa for Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

Table 10: World Digital Cameras Market Analysis of Annual Sales
in Units for Years 2014 through 2030

III. MARKET ANALYSIS

UNITED STATES
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in the United States for 2023 (E)
45 Active Players in United States
Table 11: USA Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 12: USA Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens Type –
Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent Analysis
of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and %
CAGR

Table 13: USA 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

CANADA
50 Active Players in Canada
Table 14: Canada Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 15: Canada Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 16: Canada 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

JAPAN
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Japan for 2023 (E)
62 Active Players in Japan
Table 17: Japan Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 18: Japan Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 19: Japan 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

CHINA
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in China for 2023 (E)
55 Active Players in China
Table 20: China Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 21: China Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 22: China 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

EUROPE
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Europe for 2023 (E)
Table 23: Europe Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy,
UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2022 through
2030 and % CAGR

Table 24: Europe Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia
and Rest of Europe Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual
Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 25: Europe 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of
Europe Markets for Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

Table 26: Europe Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 27: Europe Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 28: Europe 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

FRANCE
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in France for 2023 (E)
48 Active Players in France
Table 29: France Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 30: France Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 31: France 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

GERMANY
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Germany for 2023 (E)
51 Active Players in Germany
Table 32: Germany Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 33: Germany Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 34: Germany 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

ITALY
46 Active Players in Italy
Table 35: Italy Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 36: Italy Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 37: Italy 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

UNITED KINGDOM
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in the United Kingdom for 2023 (E)
53 Active Players in United Kingdom
Table 38: UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 39: UK Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens Type –
Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent Analysis of
Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and %
CAGR

Table 40: UK 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

SPAIN
46 Active Players in Spain
Table 41: Spain Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 42: Spain Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 43: Spain 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

RUSSIA
45 Active Players in Russia
Table 44: Russia Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 45: Russia Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 46: Russia 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

REST OF EUROPE
45 Active Players in Rest of Europe
Table 47: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 48: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 49: Rest of Europe 16-Year Perspective for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 &
2030

ASIA-PACIFIC
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Asia-Pacific for 2023 (E)
Table 50: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Geographic Region – Australia, India,
South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2022 through
2030 and % CAGR

Table 51: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – Australia, India, South Korea and Rest of
Asia-Pacific Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments
in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 52: Asia-Pacific 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Australia, India, South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific
Markets for Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

Table 53: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 54: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 55: Asia-Pacific 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

AUSTRALIA
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Australia for 2023 (E)
47 Active Players in Australia
Table 56: Australia Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 57: Australia Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 58: Australia 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

INDIA
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in India for 2023 (E)
53 Active Players in India
Table 59: India Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 60: India Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 61: India 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

SOUTH KOREA
49 Active Players in South Korea
Table 62: South Korea Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 63: South Korea Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 64: South Korea 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC
45 Active Players in Rest of Asia-Pacific
Table 65: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and
Interchangeable – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in
Units for the Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 66: Rest of Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years
2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 67: Rest of Asia-Pacific 16-Year Perspective for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 &
2030

LATIN AMERICA
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Latin America for 2023 (E)
Table 68: Latin America Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Geographic Region – Argentina, Brazil,
Mexico and Rest of Latin America Markets – Independent Analysis
of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2022 through 2030 and %
CAGR

Table 69: Latin America Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Rest of Latin
America Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in
Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 70: Latin America 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Rest of Latin America Markets
for Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

Table 71: Latin America Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 72: Latin America Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 73: Latin America 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

ARGENTINA
45 Active Players in Argentina
Table 74: Argentina Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 75: Argentina Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 76: Argentina 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

BRAZIL
48 Active Players in Brazil
Table 77: Brazil Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 78: Brazil Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 79: Brazil 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

MEXICO
45 Active Players in Mexico
Table 80: Mexico Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 81: Mexico Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 82: Mexico 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

REST OF LATIN AMERICA
45 Active Players in Rest of Latin America
Table 83: Rest of Latin America Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and
Interchangeable – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in
Units for the Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 84: Rest of Latin America Historic Review for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years
2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 85: Rest of Latin America 16-Year Perspective for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 &
2030

MIDDLE EAST
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Middle East for 2023 (E)
Table 86: Middle East Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Geographic Region – Iran, Israel, Saudi
Arabia, UAE and Rest of Middle East Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2022 through
2030 and % CAGR

Table 87: Middle East Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Geographic Region – Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Rest of
Middle East Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments
in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 88: Middle East 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Rest of Middle East
Markets for Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

Table 89: Middle East Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 90: Middle East Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 91: Middle East 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

IRAN
45 Active Players in Iran
Table 92: Iran Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 93: Iran Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens Type –
Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent Analysis
of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and %
CAGR

Table 94: Iran 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

ISRAEL
50 Active Players in Israel
Table 95: Israel Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 96: Israel Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 97: Israel 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

SAUDI ARABIA
45 Active Players in Saudi Arabia
Table 98: Saudi Arabia Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the
Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 99: Saudi Arabia Historic Review for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 100: Saudi Arabia 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras
by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
46 Active Players in United Arab Emirates
Table 101: UAE Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 102: UAE Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens Type –
Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent Analysis
of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through 2021 and %
CAGR

Table 103: UAE 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Built-in
and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

REST OF MIDDLE EAST
45 Active Players in Rest of Middle East
Table 104: Rest of Middle East Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and
Interchangeable – Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in
Units for the Years 2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 105: Rest of Middle East Historic Review for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years
2014 through 2021 and % CAGR

Table 106: Rest of Middle East 16-Year Perspective for Digital
Cameras by Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments
for Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 &
2030

AFRICA
Digital Cameras Market Presence – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial –
Key Competitors in Africa for 2023 (E)
45 Active Players in Africa
Table 107: Africa Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Digital Cameras by Lens Type – Built-in and Interchangeable –
Independent Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for the Years
2022 through 2030 and % CAGR

Table 108: Africa Historic Review for Digital Cameras by Lens
Type – Built-in and Interchangeable Markets – Independent
Analysis of Annual Shipments in Units for Years 2014 through
2021 and % CAGR

Table 109: Africa 16-Year Perspective for Digital Cameras by
Lens Type – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for
Built-in and Interchangeable for the Years 2014, 2023 & 2030

IV. COMPETITION
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James Carrington, a former executive at Confluence, Investment Metrics, Style Analytics has joined fintech Premialab. He brings extensive client engagement expertise in investment analytics and data for the institutional investment community.
LONDON, Feb. 27, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Premialab, the financial data and analytics firm, announced today the appointment of James Carrington as Head of Client Engagement. Mr. Carrington, based in London, will spearhead global client engagement, leveraging over 10 years of experience in driving client engagement gained at Investment Metrics, Style Analytics, and most recently at Confluence, part of the Clearlake Capital Group portfolio. His primary focus will be on enabling faster tailor-made investment analytics delivery and data integration for Premialab’s pension funds, foundations, endowments, and insurance clients.

Adrien Geliot, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Premialab, said, “I am delighted to welcome James to the team. His appointment confirms our commitment to delivering first-class service to our customers across global locations. His experience in maximizing the value derived from investment analytics will be invaluable in serving our clients as we continue scaling our activities worldwide.”
Commenting on his appointment, James Carrington said, “I am delighted to have joined the Premialab team. Their innovative solution makes a real difference to institutional investors looking at quant investments. The evolution of Premialab over the last number of years has been something that I have followed closely, and I am looking forward to working with the team to further support our customer base across our established and emerging demographics.”
The announcement follows recent senior appointments at Premialab, including Philippe Jacson, former BNP Paribas, Merrill Lynch and MSCI executive; Daniel Fields, former Global Head of Markets at Societe Generale; John Macpherson, former Managing Director at Goldman Sachs, Citibank, and Nomura; Marc Fisher, former Managing Director at Citibank with a prior position at Deutsche Bank; and Georgios Sittas, former Managing Director at HSBC, Standard Chartered, and previously a director at Lehman Brothers.
Recognized as the reference for data and risk analytics on quantitative strategies, Premialab’s capital markets infrastructure is currently used by leading asset managers, insurance companies and pensions funds, accelerating their digitalization and enhancing performance and risk control while reducing costs. The platform’s client AUM is representing an estimated USD$10 trillion.
About Premialab
Premialab is an independent platform providing data, analytics and risk solutions on systematic and factor-based strategies in collaboration with leading investment banks and institutional investors globally. Combining intelligent technology with a unique source of information the platform empowers asset allocators to make better investment decisions whilst achieving utmost time and cost efficiency.
With offices in London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Dubai, its international team is dedicated to supporting a global client base with the most up-to-date risk premia dataset, advanced portfolio construction, performance and risk analytics. The firm has established strong partnerships with the top 18 investments banks, global asset managers, pensions funds and insurance companies.

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Axon Technologies and Keyrus Announce Strategic Partnership to Elevate Cybersecurity Business

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Keyrus Acquires Minority Stake in Axon Technologies, adding Axon’s Cybersecurity Portfolio to Keyrus Solutions, and Expanding Keyrus Reach across Middle East and Africa
PARIS and DUBAI, UAE, Feb. 27, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — In a significant development in the cybersecurity sector, Keyrus, an international leader in data intelligence and digital transformation, has announced the acquisition of a minority stake in Axon Technologies, a premier provider of cybersecurity services based in Dubai, UAE. This strategic investment marks a major milestone in Keyrus’ cybersecurity strategy, signalling an ambitious step towards establishing a global cybersecurity powerhouse.

Strategic Expansion and Enhanced Cybersecurity Solutions
The collaboration between Keyrus and Axon Technologies is set to revolutionize the cybersecurity landscape in the Middle East and Africa, particularly with Keyrus’ entry into the lucrative Saudi Arabian market. This move enables Keyrus to pursue its investment in a newly formed cybersecurity business, offering enhanced data security solutions to both existing and new clients.
Eric Cohen, Founder and CEO of Keyrus, expressed his enthusiasm: “This investment in Axon Technologies marks a significant step in our cybersecurity strategy. We’re embarking on an exciting journey to amplify our cybersecurity capabilities and establish a world-class global player in this domain. Axon Technologies’ innovative approach to consulting and managed services aligns perfectly with our vision and culture. We eagerly anticipate integrating Axon into our ecosystem to bolster our cybersecurity solutions and address the digital security challenges of our clients.”
Hadi Hosn, CEO of Axon Technologies, also shared his thoughts: “This partnership marks a new era for Axon Technologies, propelling us further in our mission to protect organizations from cyber threats. We admire the Keyrus vision and believe that our combined strengths will lead to disruptive data and cybersecurity solutions, addressing critical challenges in digital identity, application security, API, and data security across various environments and industries.”
Hadi Darwiche, Chairman of DIV Capital & Co-founder of Axon Technologies: “It’s gratifying to see Axon Technologies grow from a concept into a key player in the cybersecurity field. With Keyrus joining forces with us, we anticipate a period of sustained growth, leveraging our combined experience and established reputations. We are confident that together, Axon Technologies will continue to extend its market presence and deliver top-tier solutions.”
Comprehensive Cybersecurity Portfolio and Global Reach
In a relatively short period, Axon Technologies, founded in 2020, has emerged as a beacon of excellence and innovation in the cybersecurity field, demonstrating remarkable growth and agility in its operations. With a revenue of $3.2 million USD in 2023 and a projected substantial increase of the activities, it represents a testament to its robust business model, exceptional service delivery, and the trust clients place in Axon Technologies. The team made of 30 dedicated professionals is its most valuable asset. Axon Technologies commits to growing its team, fostering a culture of innovation, collaboration, and continuous learning.
Axon Technologies, renowned for its expertise in cybersecurity, will now be able to leverage Keyrus global presence and capabilities. With headquarters in Dubai and a significant footprint in the Middle East, Europe and Africa, Axon Technologies is well-positioned to monitor threats and support client cybersecurity programs across these regions effectively. With the backing of Keyrus’s global network, Axon Technologies is poised for unprecedented growth and are dedicated to setting new standards in the cybersecurity landscape.
The partnership is also expected to enhance the offerings of both companies. Axon Technologies’ expertise in Data Security, Cloud Security, DevSecOps and Managed Security Services aligns seamlessly with the Keyrus strategic objectives in digital, data, AI and cloud transformation initiatives.
About Axon Technologies
Axon Technologies offers comprehensive cybersecurity services including consulting, managed security services, engineering, and testing. The company is a leader in addressing critical infrastructure customers’ cybersecurity needs, from strategic consulting to hands-on management and technical security engineering support and managed security services, ensuring a robust and comprehensive approach to cybersecurity. The company’s service portfolio includes:
Technical Security Consulting & Advisory: Guidance and expertise for technical cybersecurity programs.Advanced Security Testing: Rigorous cybersecurity testing across the environment to identify and address vulnerabilities.Security Engineering & Architecture: Designing and implementing robust security architectures across on-premises and cloud environments.Managed Security Services: Ongoing management and support of cybersecurity operations. About Keyrus
Keyrus, an international player in the consulting and technology sectors and a specialist in data and digital technology, is dedicated to helping enterprises take advantage of the data and digital paradigm to enhance their performance, facilitate and accelerate their transformation, and generate new drivers of growth and competitiveness.
Placing innovation at the heart of its strategy, Keyrus develops a value proposition that is unique in the market and centred around five major service groups, each comprised of multiple solutions:
Automation and Artificial IntelligenceHuman-Centric Digital ExperienceData and Analytics enablementCloud and SecurityBusiness transformation and InnovationBuilding on the combined expertise of more than 3,500 employees active across 27 countries and 4 continents, Keyrus is one of the leading international experts in data, consulting and technology.
Keyrus is listed on Euronext Growth Paris. (ALKEY – ISIN Code: FR0004029411 – Reuters: KEYR.PA – Bloomberg: ALKEY: FP).
About DIV Capital
DIV Capital, originally starting as a family office, now operating as a strategic investment holding firm, specializing in bespoke advisory services. The firm focuses on fortifying family capital through comprehensive offerings that encompass support for early-stage enterprises, strategic asset allocation, and robust governance infrastructure development. The firm operates out of Geneva and Dubai and provides three core services:
Family Asset Support: Tailored support to construct an asset allocation that meets wealth goals.Family Financial Sponsorship: Reinforcement for family-operated businesses, aimed at fostering enduring value creation.Governance and Reporting: Consultation on governance frameworks and the enhancement of reporting standards for comprehensive asset oversight.Forward Looking Statements
Some of the statements in this press release may be forward-looking statements or statements of future expectations based on currently available information. Such statements are naturally subject to risks and uncertainties. Factors such as the development of general economic conditions, future market conditions, unusual catastrophic loss events, changes in the capital markets and other circumstances may cause the actual events or results to be materially different from those anticipated by such statements. Axon Technologies, Keyrus or DIV Capital do not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness or updated status of such statements. Therefore, in no case whatsoever will the companies and the affiliate companies be liable to anyone for any decision made or action taken in conjunction with the information and/or statements in this press release or for any related damages.
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NDC Group and Valantic form a strategic partnership in EPM solutions

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PRAGUE, Feb. 27, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — NDC Group, a leading company in enterprise performance management (EPM) consultancy and data analytics is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with valantic, renowned digital solutions, consulting, and tech innovation company. Through this partnership, the companies aim to offer a joint portfolio of solutions and services in SAP planning and analytics.

Central to this collaboration is the delivery of NDC Financial Consolidation, which offers an automated and streamlined approach to legal and managerial consolidation. While the solution draws inspiration from the concept and functions of previously popular SAP consolidation solutions, it utilizes the modern technologies to enhance automation, performance, user experience, and seamless data integration.
The partnership also gives the chance to offer additional products, including SAC workforce planning content, SAP BusinessObjects migration accelerators, and pre-built content for SAC financial planning. Overall, the combined expertise and product offering enhance the ability of both companies to support customers in driving data-driven transformations within their organizations.
Stefan Blinkmann, Head of SAP Analytics at valantic, emphasizes: “We are very pleased about our new partnership, and we are convinced that our customers will benefit greatly from it. Above all, the NDC Group’s products create added value in the area of consolidation based on SAP Analytics Cloud, and they expand valantic’s range of services. An integrated solution for reporting, planning, and consolidation in SAP Analytics Cloud provides multiple benefits for our customers and enables them to streamline their system landscape.”
Karel Jirik, Head of Products at NDC Group, is also convinced of the benefits of this collaboration: “Our partnership with valantic is an excellent opportunity to leverage the synergies between our teams to streamline and transform our customers’ data landscape. The jointly offered EPM solutions enable precise and swift decision-making and enhance operational efficiency, crucial elements in today’s competitive landscape. I’m particularly pleased we found a lot of commonalities with valantic, and I am convinced together we can deliver better solutions in a shorter time.”
Vladislav Stefanak, CEO of NDC Group, reflects on the partnership’s potential: “This partnership embodies my vision of equipping our clients with advanced functionalities reminiscent of those found in SAP BPC and SAP Financial Consolidation, yet significantly enhanced by leveraging top-tier SAP technologies. Our collaboration with valantic commenced with remarkable synergy from the outset, underpinned by their extensive expertise and knowledge base.”
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