Canon may get more DSLR sales from emerging markets, but it won't be enough to overcome the decline in their present markets. Non-phone camera sales will continue to decline. And camera phones will continue to get better.
but I think as has been said that they're different markets.
Very different markets! On one side we have the 94% who have either abandoned real cameras, or never have seen the need to own real cameras. Most people who don't now own a real camera, will NEVER own a real camera.
So we have two different markets. On the one side we have the Smart Phone users who don't want or need real cameras. And on the other side we have the shrinking real camera market. Comprised of Very Serious Photo Enthusiasts (VSPE), Rich People who treat cameras as Bling, a few casual photographers and the rapidly shrinking Pro contingent.
Smart Phones are getting better. The iPhone 6s or the iPhone 7 will kill whats left of the casual photographer market. More Professional will use these better Smart Phones, many PJs already have embraced the iPhone. That leaves the VSPEs and the Birders as the only people interested in real cameras. BTW I think that high-speed video capture will replace the professional sports shooters on the sidelines of the World Cup, Super Bowl, etc.
And the iPhone has already made an impact on video news gathering.