Dwindling sales in the camera market and the rise of smartphone cameras means fewer people feel the need for entry-level cameras.
Take a look at any photography blog or any photography YouTube channels, and you’ll hear about how lousy camera sales are world-wide. We know the camera market has been in a freefall over the last year, but what’s the answer to this problem? The rise of smartphones with very capable cameras are playing a considerable role in declining sales for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, and many others. Now, consumers feel like they simply don’t require a dedicated camera. Should camera manufacturers forget about the entry-level market and start focusing on high-end cameras only? Let’s talk about this after the break.
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