July CIPA Report Published

Japan's CIPA Camera Manufacturers Association, which includes Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Ricoh, Sony and other photographic equipment companies, has released sales statistics for digital cameras and interchangeable lenses for July this year. Published data show that sales, which surpassed last year's level in March, have gradually declined over the past months, and in July have returned to the level of a year ago.

In total, 659,427 digital cameras were sold in July, which is just 0.4% more than in July 2020, when 656,604 cameras were sold.

The sales of cameras with interchangeable lenses increased from 349,280 to 380,829 units, that is, by 9.0%.

Sales of compact cameras fell from 307,324 to 278,598 units, or 90.7% of the July level of last year. Interestingly, sales of compact cameras have increased compared to June this year. In June, 234,124 units were sold.

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