Kodak gains on Sony in digital sales While Sony shipped 1.73 million cameras, up 48 percent from the first half of 2003, its slice of the U.S. market slipped from 21.9 percent to 21.5 percent, according to IDC, which is based in Framingham, Mass.
Canon moved into third place with a 14.7 percent share as Olympus fell back to 11.8 percent. Next were Fuji with 8.7 percent, Hewlett-Packard Co. with 7 percent and Nikon with 5.7 percent, IDC said.
do tego kilka prawd oczywistych: Nikon announced that it intends to slowly withdraw from the film camera market as it scales up production of its hit prosumer D70 camera.
ale gdzie tu Kodak?In the first six months of this year, Kodak shipped 1.47 million point-and-shoot digital cameras in the United States — 80 percent more than in the first half of 2003.