Canon’s Market Share Spikes in Japan, Threatens to Overtake Sony
According to a report by BCN, despite a rough start to the year due to the proliferation of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the camera has begun to recover in Japan, with Canon most notably growing in full-frame market share and closing in on Sony.
According to a translated version of the BCN report, as of April “the decline in mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras was greater than that of the interchangeable lens type as a whole, and the number of units sold was 19.7% year-on-year, a decrease of more than 80%. However, it recovered rapidly after July.”
By September, sales had recovered to 97.8% of the total volume in units and a total value of 90.3% in sales from the same time last year. Considering how badly hit the market was in early 2020, that level of recovery is heartening….
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