The year 2013 has been moderate for the digital camera sales. All the camera manufacturing companies have been trying to cope up with the sales standards that have been set by their Board of Directors at the start of the year 2013. With the growing popularity of smartphones, people are shifting their focus considerably.
In the same way, the Taiwanese ODM’s ability company, Altek, Foxconn Electronic and Asia Optical has counted the shipments of 4.074 million digital cameras in the third quarter of 2013. This result has been reported by Digitimes research. Such results have alarmed the bells for the Taiwanese ODM’s.
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When all the shipments were being monitored and tracked, 52.6 percent of them came out to be 16 megapixel CCD models, 23.9 percent of them were 20 megapixel CCD models, 15.9 percent of them were 16 megapixel CMOS models and the rest 3.6 percent of them were the 18 Megapixel CMOS models. According to the figures, the 20 megapixel CCD models have been sold out the most with major demand.
Of all the companies, Ability has shipped 49.75 percent cameras, Altek has sold over 26.55 percent of the cameras, Foxconn accounted for 18.96 percent and 4.73 percent shipments were claimed by Asia Optical.
Nikon, on the other hand accounted for 38.43 of the shipments. It has been the largest company with most sales in the third quarter of 2013. Fujifilm had decent stats by registering 14.98 percent of the total shipments, Sony went for 14.74 percent of shipments, Casio accounted for 11.82 percent, Olympus at 8.75 percent, Panasonic shipped 3.55 percent of the total shipments and Samsung Electronic accounted for 1.97 percent.