Thursday, February 02, 2006

NYT: Pixel Counting Joins Film in Obsolete Bin

Digital camera trends in today's NYT: decline of film, megapixel race over (?), image stabilizers, wi-fi, GPS trends, better batteries, better screens...

"First, there's the astonishing collapse of the film camera market. By some tallies, 92 percent of all cameras sold are now digital. Big-name camera companies are either exiting the film business ( Kodak, Nikon) or exiting the camera business altogether (Konica Minolta). Film photography is rapidly becoming a special-interest niche."



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