Articles tagged "data"

June 2021 CIPA data: Steady shipments despite chip shortages and COVID-19 resurgences

Despite being a year of unknowns, mostly due to the global chip shortage and COVID-19 resurgence, 2021 is proving the be the year of stabilization industry experts believed it would be.

Warning: Report suggests Apple’s 5th Gen Time Capsules susceptible to HDD failure

German data recovery company Datenrettung has issued a warning that Apple’s 5th generation Time Capsule devices are susceptible to failure due to faulty Seagate hard drives.

PSA: Western Digital security issues go beyond the My Book Live series

We recently wrote about a security flaw with Western Digital My Book Live devices. Since then, more details have come out about the vulnerability, which may be more widespread than originally thought.

May 2021 CIPA data: the COVID-19 recovery continues with stabilization on the horizon

CIPA's May 2021 data still pales in comparison to shipments in 2019, but the numbers reveal a promising recovery from the COVID-19 downturn and suggest there is an equilibrium for the photo world on the horizon.

CIPA's April 2021 data: Shipments are down, but the average price of camera units is steadily increasing

According to CIPA's numbers, there are fewer camera units being shipped around the globe, but the value of the average camera unit being shipped is increasing at a steady pace.

CIPA's March 2021 data shows positive signs, especially for a maturing mirrorless market

CIPA's March 2021 data is out, showing the industry is starting to stabilize after a tumultuous 2020 that saw the COVID-19 pandemic affect nearly every corner of the industry.

CIPA’s February data shows 2021 is shaping up to be a year of stabilization for the camera industry

CIPA’s latest data suggests various executives in the photography industry were right when they predicted the camera industry will begin to see a stabilization of sorts in 2021.

2020 CIPA data highlights how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the camera industry

CIPA’s 2020 full-year data shows just how brutal the COVID-19 pandemic was for the photography industry.

BCN+R data shows digital camera sales in Japan were down 40% year-over-year

BCN Retail, which tracks online and in-person sales of digital cameras in the Japanese market, has shared its end-of-year data, showing the COVID-19 pandemic further compounded the already-shrinking camera market in Japan.

Datacolor's new SpyderX Photo Kit bundles 3 of its popular calibration tools at a $180 discount

Datacolor's new SpyderX Photo Kit combines some of its most popular calibration tools into a single kit at a dramatic discount (at least 'while supplies last').

CIPA's 2019 numbers detail worst year of the decade for the camera industry

CIPA's December data wraps up a 2019 that saw a dramatic decline in DSLR and fixed-lens camera sales, as well as a double-digit percentage decline in mirrorless sales, even as revenue increased for mirrorless sales, suggesting advanced mirrorless cameras are continuing to sell well.

Datacolor announces two new SpyderX Tool Kits for an all-in-one color correction workflow

Datacolor's new SpyderX Capture Pro and SpyderX Studio tool suites are designed to be an all-in-one solution to getting the best color in your images and prints.

Leak: Canon has a 63MP full-frame sensor, possibly for a high-resolution EOS R camera

A leaked data sheet has detailed the specifications of a 63MP full-frame CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF.

Report: Facebook bug revealed some Instagram users passwords as plaintext

Facebook has sent out emails to affected users requesting they change their passwords following a discovery that over 20K Facebook employees had access to 600 million passwords.

Toshiba unveils world's first 14TB conventional magnetic hard drive

Toshiba just fired the latest salvo in the ultra-high capacity hard drive war. Meet the nine-disk, helium sealed, 3.5-inch 14TB MG07ACA, the world's largest Conventional Magnetic Recording (CMR) Hard Drive (HDD).