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  • Last update: Tuesday 24 July 2012 [3 news items]

Taiwan OEMs may benefit from MILC orders in 2014

Jul 24, 01:35

As Canon has announced a new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC) series - EOS M - to symbolize its entrance to the global MILC market, sources from Taiwan-based digital...

MILC to enjoy growth in both worldwide and Taiwan sales

May 24, 01:30

Global mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras (MILC) are expected to enjoy shipment growth as high as 20% in 2012, while the Taiwan market is expected to achieve a growth of 30%...

MILC to see 20% on-year growth in global sales in 2012

Second-tier brands may step out of China digital camera market

Nov 23, 01:50

The fierce competition in China's digital camera market may cause second-tier brands such as Casio, Kodak, Olympus and Pentax to gradually step out of the market as their market share...

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