Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Revenue for the Camera Equipment Manufacturing industry in China is expected to total $10.7 billion in 2014, down 3.3% from 2013. Annualized growth over the past five years is estimated at 1.7%. The share of revenue contributed by the four largest players, Foshan Pulihua, Canon, Samsung, and Sony, is expected to increase to about 73.3% of total industry revenue in 2014.
China has become the world's largest production base for camera equipment, and digital cameras have gradually become the dominant products, in place of traditional film cameras. An estimated 90% of industry output in 2014 will be digital camera equipment, up from about 41.0% in 2004.
Basic digital cameras are no longer a luxury good for many Chinese people.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
There are about 129 enterprises operating within this industry in 2014, and the top four industry participants – Foshan Pulihua, Canon, Samsung, and Sony – hold a combined share of about 73.3% of total industry revenue.
The concentration level differs across China's different regions. Middle South China accounts for about 59.6% of industry revenue in 2014 as 55.3% of all camera equipment manufacturers are located in this region, mainly in Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
The degree of industry concentration is expected to increase in the future due to intense industry competition and further mergers. ACMR-IBISWorld anticipates that the market share of domestic participants will also rise with improvements in technology and ongoing brand-building... purchase to read more