The interesting numbers are growth from 2013 -> 2014:
Samsung +3.2% (mostly phones?)
In terms of %'s, this growth is:
So you might say that roughly twice as many people will buy a new Nikon or Sony camera as they will Canon.
If I was a Canon exec, that's something that would concern me.
don't have a grasp of how numbers work, do you?
As there are no absolute numbers given for the size of the sample from which the ratios are derived, to talk of growth is totally erroneous - the sample size could have diminished by half, or conversely it could have doubled.
Further, the numbers show that Canon has strengthened its position as the most popular camera of Flickr's users.
Now, I'm sure you're not really foolish enough to believe that these numbers are causing any concern, whatsoever, to Canon's executives, so why do you waste your time making such asinine posts?