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"If there is any industry in the world that is changing almost every day, it is the digital imaging market. In this fast moving digital world manufacturers have to act quickly on the changing market or loose ground and end like a former important member of the industry. Today's consumer is definitely not the same consumer of a decade ago, new companies are rising, and older, well established companies suddenly fall. Corporate news have become more vary than only spreading the facts and figures around the end of a book year. Corporate news has become more and more important and is a way of communicating with your client and (future) consumer, so they know where the company stands for. Although the past showed us unexpected corporate news and today's market looks steady, analyst predict more shakes and merges in the

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01/07/07 - CES Las Vegas
January 7, 2007 – The International Consumer Electronics Show gathers in Las Vegas this week for the largest trade show of any kind. From January 8-11, manufacturers will showcase their new digital cameras. Stay tuned to for a wave of coverage that will include the latest news and hottest products.

“With the largest exhibit space in CES history and a global array of 2,700 exhibitors set to debut their latest innovations, the 2007 International CES is gearing up for a phenomenal show,” and our divitions where there to provide .

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04/28/07 - Moms wants cameras for mother's Day Mother's Day

A new survey indicates that digital cameras are the most wanted gift for this coming Mother's Day, beating out both flowers and candy.

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04/28/07 - PENTAX CORP 7750.T (Tokyo Stock Exchange)

TOKYO, April 3 (Reuters) - Canon Inc. (7751.T: Quote, Profile, Research won the top market share in global digital camera shipments in 2006, and South Korea's Samsung Electronics (005930.KS: Quote, Profile, Research jumped up the ranks to 5th place from 9th a year ago, researcher IDC said on Tuesday.

Tokyo-based Canon shipped 19.7 million digital cameras in 2006, accounting for 18.7 percent of the overall market. Canon's shipments jumped 23.3 percent from 2005, IDC said.

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Industrywide digital camera shipments in 2006 rose 14.5 percent to 106 million units from a year earlier, driven by the strong popularity of single-lens reflex (DSLR) models geared for photo enthusiasts and professionals and growing demand in emerging markets, IDC said

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