Kodak dominates the best-selling compact digital cameras in Japan

Compact cameras are recently experiencing a nice comeback and Kodak is currently dominating the best-selling compact digital cameras in Japan:

  1. Kodak PIXPRO WPZ2 (more info)
  2. Kodak PIXPRO FZ45
  3. Kodak PIXPRO FZ55
  4. Nagaoka Movio MAF100
  5. Kenko Tokina KC-03TY
  6. Fujifilm Instax mini Evo
  7. Canon IXY 650

"In April 2024, Kodak achieved a 22.5% sales volume share in the overall digital camera market, which combines compact digital cameras (compact digital cameras), mirrorless single-lens cameras, and single-lens reflex cameras. This was the first time that Kodak had ranked first in monthly market share by manufacturer since BCN began compiling digital camera data, according to the "BCN Ranking," which compiles actual sales data from electronics retailers and online stores.

As of 2021, Kodak's market share was hovering around 5%. It began to pick up in 2022, surpassing 10% for the first time in April. Since then, it has remained stable at the single digits, and has been competing with Sony and Fujifilm for market share. The turning point came in March 2024, when its market share soared to 20.1%, reaching 22.5% in April, overtaking Canon to become the top market share company for the first time in BCN's tally."

The best-selling cameras in the top 5 Japanese stores (March 2024)

Top 10 best-selling mirrorless cameras in Japan for 2023

Source: BCNR 1, BCNR 2

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