Almost half of the 14.8 million cameras sold last year were from Canon, compared to just 20.2% from its nearest rival
I'm just curious why no one else is reporting on this, you know,... DPReview, PetaPixel, Fstoppers, etc. Because when Sony has market-specific news , these sites go crazy with their Sony-is-Supreme and Canon-is-doomed tone, yet when the yearly totals are done for the entire world, it is actually Canon that is on top, and has more than 2 times the market share increase than Sony for 2019, that's kinda important, no?
Yet, nothing from DPReview, why is that?
According to retail analyst BCN Ranking, Sony has overtaken Canon and Nikon to claim the top spot the full-frame camera market in Japan.
Sony has announced that it is now ranked second in the U.S. full-frame interchangeable lens camera market, a position formerly held by Nikon. Read more
I'm baffled... (ok, I'm really not). I wonder if Engadget will re-write this article where they say Canon will be "fighting for scraps" ... really? sad LOL https://www.engadget.com/2019-05-27...JSUH7txdfOENMbXLfq_OlMt97wXFyZdJ8lfsr8-8yIRc8